Radar Pace is smart eyewear featuring a real-time voice-activated coaching system powered by Intel® Real Speech. It creates a dynamic training program, tracks performance, coaches in the moment and responds to the user’s questions – allowing athletes to communicate with the system in a live, natural way during a workout.
Radar Pace is the result of years of research and development between Oakley and Intel, and is the result of two brands grounded in innovation coming together to push the boundaries in sport. The smart eyewear combines Oakley’s heritage in sport innovation and design, and Intel’s innovation and technology expertise for an unmatched performance experience.
Radar Pace will be distributed in North America, Australia and Europe. It is available on Oakley.com and in Oakley stores starting today; it will be available in select wholesale and Sunglass Hut locations soon after. Read more about Intel Real Speech and visit the Oakley Radar Pace website for full product details.
Powered by Intel, Radar Pace's Intuitive and natural conversational user interface allows athletes to receive real-time performance-based feedback
Connects to Smartphones and ANT+™, Bluetooth® and Bluetooth® Low Energy enabled external sensors
Senses when devices is worn on head and is equipped with the following internal sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Pressure, Humidity and Proximity
To use this smart eyewear, connect it wirelessly to your smartphone through the Radar Pace App - available on Apple® App Store® or Google Play™. Use the app to pair your device, set training goals, access performance metrics and view your training plan
A revolutionary lens technology from Oakley that dramatically enhances detail to improve performance and provides ultra-precise color tuning, designed for specific environments
An indicator light shows the status of remaining battery power, and hightlights when Radar Pace is pairing with a Bluetooth-enabled device. Rechargeable through USB port.The power button is located on the inside of the left stem
Located on the left temple, use the pad to control functions with simple taps and swipes - adjust the volume, control music, answer calls, and sync with Siri® and GoogleNow™ from paired phones
Microphone array allows athletes to ask Radar Pace questions in a live, hands-free way during workouts
Removable and adjustable in-ear booms
Oct. 3, 2016 — Intel® Real Speech is making its debut as the voice technology behind Oakley’s* new Radar Pace smart eyewear. Intel Real Speech allows users to have a natural and conversational dialogue with the coaching system featured in the eyewear. This innovative technology combines multiple language and machine learning capabilities to create engaging, conversational communication with devices for new immersive experiences.
Users tend to remember what a system is capable of, but not the specific commands required to interact with it. Therefore, Intel Real Speech is built on deeply complex language and reasoning models to interpret tens of thousands of phrases without the limitation of predetermined commands.
The conversational dialogue capability combines grammar, rule-based and statistical language models with machine learning technologies to achieve natural, conversational interaction, including automatic speech recognition, natural language understanding and generation, language-based reasoning, as well as artificial intelligence. In-app analytics also enable context for future conversations.
Intel Real Speech technology enables simple and intuitive user interactions for simple hands-free input and output, which is ideal in distraction-laden environments. Intel created an automated voice based on natural speech patterns gathered from multiple sources. For the highest degree of flexibility and to account for the dynamic nature of conversation, Intel Real Speech uses a mixed initiative framework, enabling the user or the system to begin an interaction. The gender and tone of the voice varies by language based on cultural preferences.
Intel combined decades of experience with voice technologies across platforms and more than four years of software development to develop Intel Real Speech. For Oakley’s Radar Pace, the first commercial implementation of Intel Real Speech, Intel engineers led the technology development across hardware, software, mobile app and cloud solution, building on previous research, in concert with Oakley’s design and engineering teams. Intel and Oakley worked with athletes and coaches around the world to gather and define research on training behaviors and interactions with coaches to inform the Intel Real Speech language models.
Radar Pace is the first use of Intel Real Speech to come to market. Intel Real Speech has additional far-reaching future applications where natural language and hands-free interaction could be beneficial. The platform was designed with a wide variety of products and applications in mind. Among others, Intel is researching applications in automotive entertainment and navigation systems, home and industrial robotics, and personal assistant software.
For more information on Radar Pace, visit http://www.oakley.com/RadarPace.
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