Why We’re so Excited for Oakley’s Most Innovative Product to Date
Radar Pace is the combination of Oakley heritage in sport innovation and design and Intel’s innovation and technology expertise.
Born of an ever-burning drive to innovate. Oakley believe that just because something is good doesn’t mean it’s as good as it can be. A company that is always exploring, always pushing forward, they enable athletes to perform and advance what is possible in sport and everyday life.
For the Radar Pace, Oakley have teamed up with experts in innovation Intel technology. Intel are at the forefront of enabling new innovation and experiences in a variety of devices and places, including wearable technology. Intel has a heritage of technology prowess across hardware and software in many areas consumers are.
Years of research and development went into the design of Radar Pace. Every element from the ear boom design to the aerodynamic housing of the microphones to integrating wearables into eyewear, provided new challenges that Oakley had to overcome to maintain our high standards of performance eyewear.
To create the ultimate workout experience, Oakley ﬁeld tested with hundreds of runners and cyclists, through numerous iterations of the app in order to ﬁne tune the user experience. Creating a device that is a real-time voice activated coaching system. It creates a training program, tracks your performance and coaches you in the moment. Powered by Intel, it’s like having a trainer with you whenever you’re running or cycling, a mentor that gives you the help and motivation you need to take performance to a whole new level.
The Radar Pace
- Tracks: Meaning it collects and analyzes all of your personal performance data.
- It Coaches: Meaning it can create a training program based on your goals, track your compliance, and calibrate this based on your performance.
- And it Responds: Being powered by Intel, the Radar Pace responds to your audible cues allowing you to communicate with the system in a more natural way.
Radar Pace is the result of years’ worth of research and development between Oakley and Intel.