RideOn Goggles allows users to send brief, canned messages to their partners, navigate their way through the slopes, and view information like speed, altitude, and the weather.
The company also plans to add in more features such as wait times for ski lifts.
The goggles contain a miniature, full-fledged, stand-alone computer that handles sensors processing, computer graphics, and algorithms. The core software consists of three main modules that include: a location and orientation fusion module; a computer graphics rendering module; and a communication module.
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