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Navdy Projects Apps Onto Your Car’s Windshield
It’s compatible with Apple and Android phones, and taps into Google’s Maps app to display turn-by-turn directions near your line of sight. You can also make and take calls and respond to notifications — tweets, text messages and the like — with simple gestures
Navdy’s Heads-Up Display Wants To Be The Safer Alternative To Using Your Smartphone While Driving
By seeing what’s behind the display and still receiving information from it, the driver doesn’t take his or her eyes off the road, which should decrease the chances of an accident according to the NHTSA, which released guidelines last year to minimize in-driving distractions such as manual text entry on navigation systems.
Navdy Reinvents the Driving Experience - Ships First Augmented Driving Device
Groundbreaking device projects information directly on the road ahead enabling drivers to Look Forward© while Staying Connected©
San Francisco, Calif. – October 25, 2016 – Navdy today announced it is now shipping the world’s first Augmented Driving device that leverages augmented reality (AR) technology to project information directly in the driver’s line of sight, for an all new driving experience. Navdy’s breakthrough user interface projects a transparent image on the road ahead, incorporates Hand Gestures to accept calls with the wave of your hand, a specially engineered Dial, and advanced software that lets you control your phone hands-free...
Navdy scores $20M Series A
Today, Navdy, the creator of the breakthrough Head-Up Display (HUD) for any car, is announcing that the company has closed a $20M Series A round of funding. The round was led by Upfront Ventures with several other participating funds, such as Formation8, Qualcomm Ventures, Promus Ventures, Ludlow Ventures and Wareness.io.