The smart glasses, designed jointly by Intel and the Luxottica Group (Oakley is a subsidiary), are “really just for runners and cyclers,” they kept pointing out. “We spent a long time trying to understand what kind of wearables athletes want, and designed this for them,” they emphasized. And, they told me several times, “we’re not trying to be Google Glass.”
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Coming in at a scant 23 grams on the Cyclocross Magazine scale, Oakley says that the EVZero is the company’s lightest frame. Although, the use of the word frame may be a misnoamer as the majority of the design is the lens shield.
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Oakley and Intel have teamed up to put a personal trainer in your ear with the Oakley Radar Pace, a set of high-tech specs that provide personal coaching advice while you’re out on a run or a bike ride. I went hands- and heads-on with the Oakley Radar Pace, available on Oct. 1 for $449, and came away intrigued at how well the glasses not only heard, but responded to voice commands.