RideOn: The world’s First Augmented Reality Ski Goggles

Before we talk about Augmented Reality Glasses, we need to be clear about what we mean by Augmented Reality.

So, what is Augmented Reality?

We can say it augments our real world without replacing it. A futuristic technology which has been around us for a decade now. It takes our reality and adds something to it. So, we can say that it superimposes information like sound, image, and text on our world. It enhances the natural environment and brings the component of the digital world into the real world. With the help of AR technologies, we can be more interactive with our natural surrounding and can digitally manipulate it.

What is the difference between Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)?

These two terms are used interchangeably, but in reality, there is a vast difference between the two.

Virtual Reality is a computer-generated simulation of real life. We would be viewed as a completely different reality than the one in front of you. It simulates your vision and hearing and thus creates a simulation that you feel you are experiencing simulation in reality. Virtual Reality is possible through a coding language, which is called VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language).

VRML is a coding language, created to design three dimensional (3D) and web-based models, textures and illusion. It also is known as Virtual Reality Markup Language. It is designed to be used in internet, intranet and local client system.

Whereas in AR which is also known as Augmented Reality on top of the real world we have computer-generated enhancements. Thus, bringing the digital world on top of the real world it won’t shut the real world like you have it in the virtual world.

Augmented Ski Goggles are developed to give you the pleasure of both the real and digital world. While you are on the go, you can make calls to your fellow rider or text them and that too hands-free. You can see your friend’s location around you. You can record your time on the slope and give live feeds to your friends and you can create a virtual track or compete with your favorite athlete.


  • Camera for HD Video Recording
  • 16GB of footage you can record
  • 24-degree viewable area
  • Brightness approx 3000 nits
  • Micro USB for charging and data transfer
  • Based on Android 4.4
  • 2200mAh 6 usage hours 24 standby hours
  • 1.2 GHz Dual-Core
  • ARM Cortex 9
  • Only weighs 240g, so lightweight
  • 3 layers of foam for the perfect fit
  • Impact resistance lenses
  • UV400 protected
  • CE FDA Certified
  • Live video integration with Facebook

Ride On Augmented Reality Glasses – breaking the boundary between reality and augmented reality

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