Lumigrids LED Bicycle Projector

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It seems that we see an innovative product for cyclists hit the scene with each passing day, so why should today be any different? The latest product to be presented comes to us in the form of the Lumigrids LED Bicycle Projector.

Operating much like the grid mapping used by jet fighters, this LED light projects the upcoming terrain right onto the ground in the form of an illuminated square. Powered by an internal battery (or possibly the rotation of the bike’s wheels) this project is currently in the concept phase, but we imagine it would be wildly popular for night cyclists if given the chance to reach the retail level.

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