CES 2015: Cerevo Debuts XON SNOW-1 Smart Snowboard Bindings, Giving Real-Time Information Analysis

2015’s Consumer Electronic devices Program has seen the introduction of Cerevo’s XON SNOW-1, a “clever” snowboard binding system that syncs through Bluetooth with a downloadable iOS or Android app to supply a variety of real-time analysis on an individual’s present run and a detailed review of everything when at the bottom of the mountain.

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The snowboard system tracks motion, rate, and strategy, and could even keep track of weight distribution on the fly. Many thanks to four tons sensors below each foot, bikers could picture their equilibrium and adjust their weight appropriately. To name a few factors, the app flaunts: weight equilibrium of each foot, center of mass, board bend of the leading and tail-side, and velocity.

The data accrues for every run, permitting its users to dive deep right into the application’s capability at the end of each run or while waiting on the ski lift for the following one. The board additionally has 4 brilliant LED lights installed in each toe and heel side, at the same time enabling a very easy using position check and offering a security function for sunset and nighttime bikers.

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Clients thinking about the XON SNOW-1 can visit the official internet site and join to obtain the current info on the bindings. Little else is recognized at this time, however Cerevo explains the bindings will be available “within year 2015” and will certainly set you back around $$ 500.

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