Navdy is A Head-Up Display That Lets Drivers Use Navigation and Their Phone [VIDEO]
Aug 06, 2014 10:40
Imagine being able to use your phone and navigation without ever taking your eyes off the road? This is Navdy. It is a head-up display (HUD) that allows drivers to use turn-by-turn navigation, make calls, and use smartphone apps.
Its display mounts atop the driver's side dashboard and will project an image on a 5.1 inch transparent display.
The driver interacts with Navdy through voice and gesture commands.
Adam Lisagor (aka Lonely Sandwich) demonstrates the features of Navdy in this entertaining product demonstration video.
Navdy is currently available for pre-order, and is scheduled to ship in early 2015.
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