360fly camera integration with Giro and Bell helmets

  • By Kristen Legan
  • Published Dec. 9, 2015
  • Updated Dec. 9, 2015 at 2:37 PM EDT

BRG Sports, the parent company of Giro and Bell Helmets announced a partnership with 360-degree camera producers, 360fly on Wednesday. Together, the two companies have developed a line of helmets featuring 360fly’s single-lens 360-degree video capture technology. BRG hints that the integrated video technology will offer a cleaner helmet appearance without the need for external mounting accessories for sport cameras.

360fly cameras are currently compatible and available with handlebar mounts and can shoot fully immersive 360 degree HD ride videos. Using mobile devices, videos can be edited then shared online.

The range of helmets from BRG sports will be announced at the CES tradeshow in Las Vegas in the beginning of January 2016.

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Kristen Legan

Kristen Legan

Kristen Legan lives for two-wheeled adventures the world over. She’s a recovering pro triathlete who fell in love with cycling and ditched the swimming and running to race bikes exclusively. In 2012, Legan was one of six women to complete the entire Tour de France route, a day ahead of the men’s pro peloton, as part of the Rêve Tour. Living, training and working in Boulder, Colorado, Legan coaches for APEX coaching and has a degree in Molecular Biology & Neurology from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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