Driving at night can get pretty tricky, especially when your eyesight is not up to par. Visualeyes has developed the Rayzer that utilizes HID Xenon bulbs that were specially designed to match the spectrum of the human eye, reducing eye strain while making it less taxing to focus at a distance. In addition, Xenon bulbs hold the advantage of a longer average lifespan of 3,000 hours – that is roughly the equivalent of 5 years’ of driving. The kit can be bolted to the front of the car, hidden right smack in between the rear view mirror and the windshield. The benefits of this location are numerous – it won’t get stolen (unless your whole car goes), it does not interfect with your car’s aerodynamics and is capable of projecting a better angle when directing light. The intensity can also be adjusted to suit your surroundings. There is no word on pricing, but the Rayzer kit will be made available sometime early next year onwards.
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