* Transparent, full color image is projected through your windshield
* Answer calls/texts and control music by waiving your hand
* Powered through Google Maps
When I first moved to Los Angeles, a good friend of mine told me that in the days before GPS systems, Angelenos kept a huge reference guide in their cars that broke the city into sections, with street maps for specific neighborhoods. They had to use flashlights for nighttime navigation.
Those days are finally gone, but that doesn’t mean GPS navigation couldn’t stand to improve. Especially when you have to keep looking at the screen, or worse, your phone, to get the next directive. That’s why we’re thrilled about Navdy. It’s a first-in-class navigation system that uses augmented reality to get you where you’re going safely — without ever missing a call or text.
You’ll never miss a turn and have to make complicated maneuvers to put yourself back on track again. That’s because Navdy projects a full color, transparent image through your windshield. What’s more, the projected image is even view-able in direct sunlight.
More importantly, Navdy lets you control music (Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play) and answer calls/texts simply by waiving your hand. Powered through Google Maps, it even helps you avoid traffic. Navdy’s natural gestures let you effortlessly interact with simple swipes, so you can say goodbye to fumbling with your phone.
Navdy is the new way to navigate, making your commute more convenient and keeping your eyes in front of you at all times.
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