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Everysight, an augmented reality (AR) company, on Thursday announced its Raptor AR smart glasses enters its final development and registration for its exclusive Test Pilot Program launches. These smart glasses provide cyclists with a competitive advantage to boost their training, improve their race day performance, and safely enhance their fitness and health.

As Everysight prepares for the Raptor consumer launch, they are taking applications for an exclusive team of test pilots, who will receive pre-release versions of the Raptor.  Test Pilots will shape the user experience by test-driving and providing feedback during the final phase of Raptor’s development. Everyone who applies will reserve a spot in line to be the first to purchase the consumer version when it launches.


“Current smartglasses obstruct the rider’s vision,” said Asaf Ashkenazi, CEO of Everysight. “The Raptor provides riders with a true augmented reality experience by floating information crisply and directly before the eye without blocking an athlete’s vision, meaning they can safely access and analyze vital information on-the- go and maximize their performance.”

Everysight’s patented BEAM™ technology gives the Raptor smartglasses a true Artificial Reality experience using a transparent see-through display that overlays sharp, high-resolution information into the user’s line of sight. The information appears as a projection out in front of the user rather than delivering information with an object or element located around the eye area that obscures the rider’s vision, like other competitive products. The on-lens projection displays real-time information such as turn-by- turn navigation, time, distance, speed, heart rate, cadence and power, while reducing eyestrain and keeping a rider’s vision clear.

Riders may choose to use a controller located on their handlebars, voice command or a simple swipe and touch pad located on the temples of the Raptor to control functions including maps, volume, brightness, communication and more. A look-and- shoot camera captures high definition video that can be uploaded and analyzed post-ride. Videos can also be shared with friends and followers through any social media channel.

To apply for the Test Pilot program, visit


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