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Comments on: Heads Up Display for Motorcyclists Gives me a Headache http://www.whybike.com/blog/index.php?p=43 Good question . . . I write about motorcycles and why we ride them. en Mon, 11 Dec 2017 09:47:14 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.2.2 by: <br /> <b>Deprecated</b>: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in <b>/home/monkey2k/whybike.com/blog/wp-includes/kses.php</b> on line <b>527</b><br /> <br /> <b>Deprecated</b>: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in <b>/home/monkey2k/whybike.com/blog/wp-includes/kses.php</b> on line <b>96</b><br /> Kevin Haryett http://www.whybike.com/blog/index.php?p=43#comments Wed, 02 Feb 2005 13:26:16 -0800 16:43@http://www.whybike.com/blog
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I think your not doing it right. Since the heads up display is reflected on the shield, it won&#8217;t be the same as an opaque post it note. If you have one of those cheap toy laser pointers with the tips that are interchangeable to provide different shapes, you can emulate the translucent heads up display. Take the laser thingy and slip it under the chin gaurd and point it at the shield. The image should reflect on the visor. Once that is done, you peripheral vision should be able to see the shape even when you are focusing to the distance, and it should come into focus when you look directly at the reflection. Oh yeah, don&#8217;t look at the laser with you remaining good eye if you have already done so. :) (Made a simple radar detector warning led heads up inside a helmet for a friend who didn&#8217;t want it to be noticeable . The led reflected off the visor and would blink when detecting signals. He hid the detector under the bikes seat with a small cord going into his helmet) Radar was/is illegal where he lived.)
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I think your not doing it right. Since the heads up display is reflected on the shield, it won’t be the same as an opaque post it note.

If you have one of those cheap toy laser pointers with the tips that are interchangeable to provide different shapes, you can emulate the translucent heads up display.

Take the laser thingy and slip it under the chin gaurd and point it at the shield. The image should reflect on the visor. Once that is done, you peripheral vision should be able to see the shape even when you are focusing to the distance, and it should come into focus when you look directly at the reflection.

Oh yeah, don’t look at the laser with you remaining good eye if you have already done so. :)

(Made a simple radar detector warning led heads up inside a helmet for a friend who didn’t want it to be noticeable . The led reflected off the visor and would blink when detecting signals. He hid the detector under the bikes seat with a small cord going into his helmet) Radar was/is illegal where he lived.)

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Hello James, We were sent a link which led to your comment regarding our SportVue Heads Up Display (HUD). One of the technologies we have that makes SportVue HUD work is the optics system that focuses the image to near infinity. Therefore, the image is not seen like a note 3&Prime; from your eye. Instead, the image is projected thru a patented optic system which makes it focused at a distance similar to your focal point during normal riding (20+ feet). We hope this helps.
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Hello James,

We were sent a link which led to your comment regarding our SportVue Heads Up Display (HUD). One of the technologies we have that makes SportVue HUD work is the optics system that focuses the image to near infinity. Therefore, the image is not seen like a note 3″ from your eye. Instead, the image is projected thru a patented optic system which makes it focused at a distance similar to your focal point during normal riding (20+ feet). We hope this helps.

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