People whose choice of workout activity is running or cycling will tell you that doing it on the regular can be pretty lonely. Unlike going to the gym where you're surrounded by other gym rats or a fitness coach that tells you what to do, pacing or cycling around the neighborhood when you're by your lonesome is just downright boring.
Luckily, Oakley and Intel have joined forces to bring you the — smart eyewear that comes equipped with real-time voice-activated coaching system that trains you in real time, so you have a companion during your workouts.
Each pair of the Radar Pace is built with state-of-the-art Prizm lenses that filter out the sun and provide you with enhanced visibility. They also have an array of sensors including accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, and sensors for humidity and proximity.
When you slip these specs on, you'll have access to a coach that monitors your performance and adjusts your training zones accordingly. Depending on your abilities, it can give you easier or harder workouts. What's more, the accompanying app records your personal data including heart rate, power output, speed, cadence, distance, and time so that you can easily keep track of your progress.