The Navdy HUD (Heads Up Display) system sits on your dashboard between your steering wheel and the windshield with a display that projects an image that appears to float six feet in front of the windshield. The projected display connects to your iPhone or Android phone via your favorite apps like Google Maps to help you navigate around town without looking down at a phone or over at a center console.
It is also controlled via gestures so even when you do get a call, you’re not fumbling for your phone. Just give a thumbs up above the steering wheel to answer and swipe to hang up. You will be notified of who’s calling on the display alongside your directions.
Voice control can be used to take care of text messages. This means messages can be read aloud to you while you’re driving, so you’re not reading them when you should be merging lanes. It's like driving in the future!
Reported by Tijn Benedek (2014-09-02 08:52:39)