Navdy Heads-Up Display

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We all know that you should never use your phone while driving, but as smartphones become more integral with our daily lives, this becomes a much more difficult task. Whether you’re glancing at the navigation or received an urgent notification, chances are you’ve been guilty of “being on your phone” while driving. The innovative Navdy looks to solve this new-age problem for good.

Navdy is a 5.1-inch transparent heads up display that will project everything from your smartphone (from navigation info to important notifications) right in front of your eyes – ensuring you never have to take your eyes off the road in front of you. The best part is the ability control everything on the Navdy using gesture controls, thanks to the built-in IR camera. It connects with your smartphone (iOS and Android) using low-power Bluetooth technology. This little device is also outfitted with an OBD-II power and data connection that lets you stay up to date with your vehicle’s vitals. [Purchase]

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