Outdoor and extreme sports enthusiasts will definitely find the Recon Transcend goggles worth looking into (pun not intended), as it will deliver real-time feedback including speed, latitude/longitude, altitude, vertical distance traveled, total distance travelled, chrono/stopwatch mode, a run-counter, temperature and time right smack in front of your eyes. Inside, a built-in GPS receiver can keep track of where you are, while USB connectivity delivers charging capability as well as data transfer ability. Other parts inside include an accelerometer, a gyroscope, temperature and pressure sensors. a micro LCD display and 3-dimensional lens. Will we ever see it get realized? Perhaps, but there is also an equal chance of that not happening, either.
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