360FLY x Bell Star Helmet

Jan 7, 2016

Category: Gear

Aside from new drones, the biggest presence at CES 2016 appears to be 360-degree action cameras. Now, Bell and 360FLY have teamed up to integrate a 360-degree 4K camera into one of Bell’s helmets.

The new smart helmet allows riders to shoot 360-degree video in Ultra HD resolution. Of course, they’re also able to share that footage with all of their favorite social networks. The helmet also comes with AutoPilot action tracking, and it comes with collision avoidance alert that will notify the rider of any potential hazards in their blindspot. Riders are also able to live stream their footage with an optional Micro-HDMI accessory base. The helmet shown had black carbon fiber-esque design, but buyers should expect more design options when it launches. Pricing information and a release date have yet to be released, but expect more details soon. [Purchase]

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