Not a bad idea. My phone is blue toothed to my GPS, which is BT'd to my helmet so I can see and control it from the GPS, however this could be nice for those that can't. Common sense dictates when to take callshttp://www.adventurebikerider.com/news/1165-will-the-daytona-smartphone-controller-revolutionise-phone-usage-on-bikes.html
Just curious, it looks pretty cool.
I can do all that with my Sena and iphone using siri and voice commands. Rare that I ever answer the phone while riding, but being able to make a call or answer hands free is kind of nice.I have my Tomtom rider syncd to my phone and my sena headset. It has the ability to make/answer phone calls all thru the touch screen
My wife and I find the intercom to be both interesting and a vital safety device. Just yesterday I warned her about two deer coming out of he woods on our left. I lead 99% of the time but she helps me out with warnings too. It's like riding with 4 eyes and 2 brains. Great for coordinating passing and navigation too. And I get prompt turn signal cancellation reminders.Chatting back and forth on comms increases safety, makes rides more interesting over waving hands, over taking, flashing lights and pointing etc.
I couldn't agree with you more. Pretty much everything you said I agree with. Especially when on a road trip for roads like route 70 that never end!!Long boring trips go quicker if I can chat with daughter by phone during the boring sections and there is no difference between that and chatting with another rider.