“Smart” bike light equates brightness with speed

"Smart" bike light equates brightness with speed

2 pictures The Radius F1 utilizes an inertial measurement unit (which includes an accelerometer and gyroscope) to determine how fast the bike is going When you’re cycling fast at night, it’s good to have a bright headlight so you can see what’s on the road ahead. Once you slow down, though, you really just need a more energy-efficient low-output light that allows you to be seen by drivers. Binoreal’s Radius F1 automatically transitions between the two extremes, based on how fast you’re riding. While there are already some other accelerometer-equipped bike headlights that shine brighter when the bike goes […]

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