"When you know where you were when something happened, you can usually infer or remember a  tremendous amount of related things about that experience, which makes the data secondary, and the experience primary."  Shane Luke, CPO, Recon"

"When you know where you were when something happened, you can usually infer or remember a 
tremendous amount of related things about that experience, which makes the data secondary, and the experience primary." 

Shane Luke, CPO, Recon"

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Recon Instruments’ first product to hit the market was Transcend in October 2010. Transcend are the world’s first alpine goggles with GPS data viewable through a head mounted display providing real-time feedback to the user including speed, latitude/longitude, altitude, vertical distance travelled, total distance travelled, chrono/stopwatch mode, a run-counter, temperature and time. It is also the only pair of goggles that link to a post-processing software, Recon HQ and an online sharing community HQ Online. Here users can playback, re-live and analyze not only their stats on Recon HQ but others’ on HQ Online where the user’s runs and highlights are overlaid on satellite imagery.

Recon Instruments’ first product to hit the market was Transcend in October 2010. Transcend are the world’s first alpine goggles with GPS data viewable through a head mounted display providing real-time feedback to the user including speed, latitude/longitude, altitude, vertical distance travelled, total distance travelled, chrono/stopwatch mode, a run-counter, temperature and time. It is also the only pair of goggles that link to a post-processing software, Recon HQ and an online sharing community HQ Online. Here users can playback, re-live and analyze not only their stats on Recon HQ but others’ on HQ Online where the user’s runs and highlights are overlaid on satellite imagery.