At CES, Skully Technologies promised that anyone who preordered an augmented-reality moto helmet through the old Skully Incorporated Indiegogo campaign would receive the Fenix AR.

The Fenix AR helmet gives motorcyclists some of the tech that cars have had for quite some time.

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Through a transparent head-up display, riders can view turn-by-turn directions.

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A camera in the rear of the helmet projects a 180-degree rear view to that same head-up display.

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In addition there is voice-activated Bluetooth calling and music streaming. 

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The Fenix AR will ship in the summer of 2018 for $1,899.

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