Navdy, announced tht they are partnering with Glympse. to give users the ability to share their location and trip information including destination, route and estimated time of arrival (ETA), with friends, families or colleagues without
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual reality (VR) automotive applications will redefine the driving and ownership experience, turning it into a safer, seamless, and intuitive activity, predicts ABI Research. They believe that AR Heads-Up Displays (HUDs)
Seeing Machines worked with Samsung to create a cockpit that demoed the world’s first OLED eye-tracking windscreen display with eye-tracking heads-up display interface. It showcases how eye movements looking at the screen can highlight icons
We are starting to see more start-ups entering the Head-Up/Augmented Reality and OBD-II device aftermarket. Last week, we learned about Carloudy an OBD-II device and small chargeable box placed on the dash for HUD capabilities.
Although there is a study suggesting that automakers are using head-up displays and augmented reality for safety, another study found that head-up displays with augmented reality can be dangerous. In fact, the study showed that
The next way of getting information in front of drivers’ eyes is heads-up displays (HUD) and projections on the windshield. Automakers are trying to integrate advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) content and warnings into head
A new device that will let you see only what is needed from your smartphone on a heads up display, called the Navdy, was announced today. It combines a clear projector screen with voice and