Oakley also provides a touch pad on the left side of the ray ban outlet
glasses, which can be touched or swiped to control functionality. There are also sensors built into the glasses: an accelerometer, a gyroscope, and pressure, humidity and proximity sensors. Radar Pace is recharged via USB and is IPx5 water resistant. The intelligence is provided by a mobile phone app, which comes as a free download in Android and iOS variants. Oakley says that Radar Pace “interprets data in real-time, provides personalized and actionable instruction and motivation during the course of a workout and oakley replica sunglasses
holds athletes accountable to a structured and dynamic training program.”here’s Bluetooth connectivity to other devices such as mobile phones for calls, texts and music. You can also get data from other external devices such as power meters, heart rate sensors and GPS units, both via Bluetooth and ANT+. Part of the Radar Pace package is a set of training programmes appropriate to your experience and goals. The athlete’s interaction with Radar Pace is via Intel’s Real Speech technology. This allows you to ask questions and receive feedback and metrics in real time. Oh yes, and the lenses use Oakley’s Prizm optics, which it says dramatically enhances detail. “Radar Pace is a testament that everything can and will be made better,” says Scott Smith, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at oakley replica
parent company Luxottica. “It is the ultimate hands-free training wearable that will push the boundaries of smart eyewear.”But companies are now waking up to the idea of affordable wearable devices. The recently announced Snapchat Sunglasses come to mind, which will allow users to take quick snaps using the cameras on board the sunglasses. This accessory is priced at $130, which makes it a truly commercial product. However, it is to be seen if the ray ban outlet
product will actually make its way to the Indian markets or remain a U.S. exclusive.