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 gesture controls to create what they call a safer, intuitive connected driving experience.
The driver sees essential information from a smartphone through the display that projects through the windshield (HUD Heads Up Display). A camera sensor allows the driver to use gestures to navigate, communicate or control music. Navdy is available for pre-order right now on for $299.99 with a release date expected in 2015.
Navdy claims that built-in consoles like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are just bigger touchscreens that do nothing to solve the problem.