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Radar Pace now out

by on05 October 2016

Luxottica and Intel's smart specs

Luxottica and Intel have announced that their voice activated smart specs are out now.

Dubbed the Radar Pace, the smart eyewear features a real-time voice-activated coaching system powered by Intel Real Speech. It can create a dynamic training program, track performance, provides on the moment coaching and answers questions.  It allows athletes to communicate with the system in a live, natural way during a workout.

According to the two companies, the smart eyewear combines Oakley's heritage in sport innovation and design, and Intel's innovation and technology expertise. The shades feature:

  • Pairs to external sensors - Power output, HR, Speed, Cadence, Distance, Time, etc, using sensor data intergration and Intel technology
  • Internal sensors - accelerometer, gyroscope, pressure, humidity, and proximity
  • Touch pad on the temples for control functions with simple taps and swipes - adjust the volume, control music, and calls from your paired phone, and more.
  • Microphone array enabled for voice commands
  • Water Resistant up to IPX5
  • Interchangeable lenses to optimize performance in any environment: Prizm Road lens to optimize and sharpen visual acuity
  • Impact protection based upon ANSI Z87.1 test methods for High Mass and High Velocity impact resistance
  • Protective sports-specific Oakley Soft Vault included with capacity for an extra lens
  • Rechargeable through USB port
  • What's included: 2 Ear Booms, Clear Lens for Low Light Conditions, PRIZM Road Lens, eyewear Case, Microbag, 2 Nose Pads, Aero Clip, Micro USB Cable, and a Quick Start Guide

Radar Pace will be distributed in North America, Australia and Europe. It is available on and in Oakley stores starting today; it will be available in select wholesale and Sunglass Hut locations soon after.  In Europe they will set you back 439 euro.



Last modified on 05 October 2016
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