SeeSense Bike Light
SeeSense isn’t your run-of-the-mill bike light. For one, it’s got an accelerometer, a light sensor, plus voltage and temperature sensors that keep tabs on a bunch of stuff, including approaching headlights, illumination levels, acceleration, braking, cornering, and so on, feeding this data through a decision matrix for interpretation. With this data, SeeSense adjusts its brightness levels and strobe frequency to operate efficiently while maximizing visibility by commanding the attention of nearby drivers. Else, these lights are incredibly bright, come in three flavors – regular (150 lumens front/90 lumens rear) and INTENSE (200 lumens front/120 lumens rear), and run for upwards of 12 hours per charge.
Find it at Kickstarter – $55 to $120