EVAD-1 connected sunglasses

  1. How are connected EVAD-1 glasses different from a classic bike meter or a connected watch?

    The glasses give you information at a glance, intuitively and immediately, without your eyes leaving the road or your track. They are a display, but never generate the information.

  2. What is the autonomy of the EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    Up to 12 hours when operating.

  3. Is the ActiveLook® display on the EVAD-1 connected glasses a colour screen?

    No, it’s a monochrome OLED screen designed to minimise energy consumption.

  4. What is the extent of Bluetooth performances on EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    The range of most Bluetooth devices is 10 metres, the optimum range for any Bluetooth device is about 60 centimetres from the connected Bluetooth device (Smartphone, Smartwatch, etc.).

  5. Do you have a prescription lens option for EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    No. Our teams are working on a solution to customise the glasses for prescriptions, but the option is not currently available.

  6. Can the EVAD-1 connected glasses battery be changed or replaced?

    No, the battery can neither be removed, not replaced.

  7. How can I update the software (app and EVAD-1 connected glasses)?
    To update the ActiveLook® app, go to the Android, iOS or Garmin download platform and search for “ActiveLook”. If the app needs to be updated, the “Update” statement will appear. Otherwise only “Open” will be displayed. To update the glasses, just press “Update” when the ActiveLook app prompts you and then validate ... Read more
  8. How can I customise my display screens by choosing the projected data for the EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    This function is not currently available. Our teams are working on creating this option.

  9. Can I connect my Bluetooth headset / ear buds at the same time as the EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    Of course. Using Low Energy Bluetooth, several connected objects can be connected at the same time.

  10. How can I connect the EVAD-1 connected glasses to a GPS watch?

    GARMIN

    To connect your GPS watch to the EVAD-1 glasses, go to the GARMIN IQ app store. Search for the “Activelook Head-up Display Sport Glasses” app and install it.

    You can download the app using this link.

  11. What type of file can be extracted from the ActiveLook® app?
    GPX files can be extracted. Just go to  History > Select a run > Click on the transfer icon > Select the transfer method proposed by your phone (email, message, storage on the phone…) This is the most common file type used to record and share GPS data for Strava, Runtastic Adidas, ... Read more
  12. Should the EVAD-1 connected glasses projector be cleaned regularly?

    No. We recommend acting as little as possible on the projector/optical module. It should be cleaned if very dirty or when the image quality is deteriorated (abnormal blurring for example).

  13. How do I clean the EVAD-1 connected glasses projector?
    Please follow the recommendations in the cleaning manual. To avoid any risk of scratching, the dust and sandy particles possibly present on the mirror and lens should be blown away for any other action. You can use a dust removal gas for example. You can then clean these surfaces using a cotton bud ... Read more
  14. Which Garmin watch versions/models are compatible with the EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    The list of compatible models is available using this link. You can download the app using this link.

  15. How can I adjust the temples and bridge on my EVAD-1 connected glasses?
    Two bridge / nose pad sizes are provided with the EVAD-1 glasses: standard (S) et narrow (N). The Standard bridge is installed on the glasses by default. You can choose the one most adapted to your face. The temples are adjustable. You can bend the ends of the temples towards the inside, ... Read more
  16. How do I set the brightness on my EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    There are two available brightness setting options: manual or automatic.

    For automatic adjustment to the surrounding brightness, go to the ActiveLook app parameters and enable “Auto brightness”.

    For manual brightness adjustment, go to the ActiveLook parameters and set the brightness cursor as you wish. The “Auto brightness” button must be disabled.

  17. How do I clean the EVAD-1 connected glass lenses?
    If there is no soiling, we recommend avoiding cleaning the lenses. The EVAD-1 glass lenses have different coatings on their inside and outside. These coatings are required for the optical quality of the image projected in the glasses. It is therefore crucial not to damage them when cleaning the glasses. Outside On this ... Read more
  18. How to adjust, configure and use EVAD-1 glasses using the ActiveLook® app?
    Watch the video below. You will find the Activelook® app on the classic download platforms for your mobile phone operating system (: Play Store, iOS: App Store). Search for and download the “ActiveLook” app. The ActiveLook iOS app is compatible with iOS version 9.0 and later. You can download using this link. The ActiveLook ... Read more
  19. How do I enable the movement sensor on my EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    To enable or disable the movement sensor, go to the ActiveLook app parameters and check or uncheck the movement button.

  20. How do I adjust the screen on my EVAD-1 connected glasses?
    To adjust the screen position by a few millimetres, go to the parameters in the ActiveLook app. The “Screen offset” block is used to customise its position for the best comfort. The UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT arrows are used to make the adjustment manually. The total offset is indicated just on ... Read more
  21. Downloading and installing the Activelook app
    Open the app and press “Start”. You will be asked to enable Bluetooth: authorise. The app also needs access to the device position. We recommend always using positioning for the best app operation. If you refuse, the glasses will not be operational. Your data is only stored on your phone and ... Read more
  22. What is the display screen resolution on the EVAD-1 connected glasses?

    The display resolution for the glasses is 242x205 pixels.