The Cerevellum Hindsight 35 cyclometer features a 3.5 inch color screen and a seatpost-mounted rear facing camera.
The Cerevellum Hindsight 35’s 3.5-inch color screen allows riders to quickly see what is coming up behind them. Relying on a 640 by 480-dpi seatpost-mounted rear facing camera, Hindsight displays a live image and records 40 minutes of rolling video. "Except when the bike is laid over, then the scrolling stops, so you have a record of what happened,” said Evan Solida, Cerevellum’s founder. "While the video is wide-angle, you can easily see a license plate and the driver,” he added. The cyclometer head is fully ANT+ compatible and can display metrics like speed, ride time and distance and include playback or other ANT devices like cadence, heartbeat, and power. Or a rider can select to see live video of the rear view with a few cycling metrics displayed on top. "A quick glance tells you a truck is approaching or a car is cutting it close, enabling you to steer out of trouble.” Solida said. In a racing situation riders can watch the facers of the riders they drop. The UCI and USC Cycling, according to Solida, have approved Hindsight for racing. The system sells for $299. Users can update software and download apps for the unit.
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