Designed by Italian frame-builder Giovanni Pelizzoli and student Alice Biotti, the Samsung Smart Bike is built around an aluminum frame that boasts curved tubes to soak up vibrations from riding on rough city streets.
As Gizmag’s Ben Coxworth reports, a rearview camera is located between the seat stays of the frame to stream live video feeds to a handlebar-mounted Samsung smartphone.
“There are four lasers built into the frame, that project a bike lane onto the road on either side of the bike, as it’s moving. Those lasers automatically come on as ambient light levels drop, as detected by the smartphone,” writes Coxworth.
“Additionally, an app on the phone uses GPS to make a note of routes that are often traveled by the cyclist. It then offers the option of notifying city officials of those routes, with the suggestion that they add officially-designated bicycle lanes.”
The frame is also equipped with a battery, Atmel based Arduino board, as well as WiFi and Bluetooth modules.
Interested in learning more? Ride on over to Smart Bike’s official page here.
Other retail shops, such as Best Buy and Walmart will havesome handsets accessible as well. It supports stereo Buletooth, and the music quality is commendable.It is dependent on you that how far you are willingto go.
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