Rideye: Bicycle Black Box Camera

Sep 24, 2013

Category: Tech

Unfortunately with the way people drive their cars these days, accidents are an inevitable part of a cyclist’s daily life. While we always suggest you try to avoid any potential accident, the Rideye was designed to prevent the “he said she said” that often occurs after an accident, or even worse – a hit and run.

Created as a sort of black box camera for your bicycle, the Rideye mounts to your bike’s handlebars to record any crashes in full HD video. The one-touch operable device features lithium cells along with efficient power management to achieve a 24 hour battery life. The Los Angeles built gadget is equipped with a crash sensor if anything goes down, and will be there for you when you need it. The CNC machined Rideye is both water and scratch resistant, and will complement your bike’s aesthetics thanks to its sleek minimalistic design. Watch the video below and support the project on Kickstarter.

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