CES 2015: Cerevo XON Snow-1 snowboard bindings analyze your riding style
Snowboarding is going to get influenced by technology just like some other sports that help you improve your game considerably. At CES 2015, Japanese company Cerevo has revealed XON Snow-1 which is a pair of snowboard bindings that are sensor-enabled to track the moment and weight distribution while you ride the snow-capped mountains. The snowboard bindings have LED lights on the toe and heal that act as an indicator to show the shift of weight as you swerve downhill.
Interestingly the snowboarding accessory is compatible with Android or iOS mobile devices, so that the rider can keep a tab on their riding style, speed and it also tracks your GPS location. The rider can also create a visualization of riding posture and style by using the video overlay of the complete run. Cerevo XON Snow-1 snowboard bindings are fully rechargeable and on one charge they last for about 6-8 hours non-stop.
The snowboarding accessory is completely waterproof and comes with GPS, flex sensors, load sensors and accelerometer sensor that do all the analyses in real-time. XON Snow-1 is Bluetooth 4.0 low energy compatible which makes it well-suited to new age mobile devices.
Cerevo XON Snow-1 snowboard bindings are currently on exhibit at the CES 2015 in Las Vegas and we expect to see them available for purchase in three sizes by the end of this year for a price tag of $400 – $600.