This is the Nuviz HUD.

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It's an add-on for your helmet that gives you a projection, Google Glass-style display. 

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The reflector there shines light into your eye. 

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There's just one button on the unit itself, power. 

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So you'll need this secondary controller, which you can mount on the bike where you like. 

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This is the plate that mounts on your helmet, which we struggled to get mounted. Of three helmets we tried, it only fit on one!

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The camera up front takes HD video and eight megapixel stills. 

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The image quality is actually quite good, making that one of the more useful functions of this device. 

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But for such a bulky, and expensive package at $700 we'd expected more!

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Nuviz is adding more functionality and we expect that will help, but for now, we can't exactly recommend the device. 

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