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This smart helmet is connected to the navigation system. It combines infrared imaging and retinal imaging technology to automatically analyze the road conditions within 10 meters. It can predict and predict dangerous objects in a timely and visual way, and feedback to the driver in time to win valuable for the driver. Time to avoid danger. The helmet image has two visual modes: normal and color blind, which gives the amblyopia group more care.
Han Hong Dai,