Google Glass is for nerds. Yeah, we said it.
Augmented reality tech, however, is not. And the Skully P1 motorcycle helmet might just be the most awesome example of what a heads-up display can be.
The P1 brings a Glass-like display, virtual rearview mirror, smartphone connection, and voice controls together into one sleek package.
On the back of the helmet is a wide-angle camera, feeding you a live, 180-degree view of everything happening behind you. That alone could help you avoid a crash.
The inside display also features a turn-by-turn GPS system, a hands-free music library, and notifications from your phone. Sure, you can answer calls with it, too. But why would you want to?
Oh, and it's 3-D laser-cut, so it'll fit your dome like a glove.
The downside? It won't be available until 2014. But there's good news for you thrill-seekers: Skully wants riders to beta-test this baby right now.