To many people, riding a motorcycle is supposed to be an exercise in getting away from all the complexity and fluff of cars. Choosing a two-wheeled conveyance tells the world that you’re someone who wants a truly elemental transportation experience, a motorized vehicle with only the bare necessities: Engine, drivetrain, controls (preferably ones that are unfiltered by any kind of boosters or other assists), a minimum number of wheels, and a spot to sit upon the contraption. We can definitely understand the appeal.
However, choosing a motorcycle also means giving up a lot of the modern convenience and safety technologies available to car pilots. Reasons these sacrifices need to be made include space constraints, the lack of a roof and windows to keep out the elements, and the fact that, in most places, the motorcycle operator is required by law to wear a helmet. Now, though, one man named Marcus Weller is poised to bring much of the whiz-bang gadgetry found in the four-wheeled world to motorcyclists, by packing said gadgetry into one full-faced helmet.