Does its job.
Which is to sit diligently atop your head, waiting to shield you from things.
It’s just... it can’t talk to other helmets. It can’t.
And that just won’t do anymore. Not now that you’ve met Forcite Alpine, the first-ever smart helmet that excels in being much smarter than every other helmet. It’s available for preorder now.
So yeah, this thing’s still in Kickstarter mode. But it really needs to exist. And if things go as planned, in a few months you’ll be able to place a very intelligent thing on your head. A very intelligent, not-unattractive thing.
One that will:
Shoot footage of you bombing down mountains with ease.
And then send said footage over to the corresponding app, for editing or sharing or highlight-reeling or whatever else.
Track your every move.
Yeah. Speed, altitude, distance, airtime, number of runs...
Play music. Field phone calls.
For when Bluetooth is a thing that’s available.
Enable you to tell Candice to meet you in the lodge.
Like a massive walkie-talkie that cradles your head.
Shield you from things.