The device is built to help drivers never take their eyes off the road–whether they are navigating or answering a call or text message. It will ship early next year.
Garmin just launched a high-definition dashboard camera, a companion app for its heads-up display and a new lineup of nüvis at CES.
We love our smartphone navigation apps, but when you’re on the road, your eyes need to be on the road. I tried out a heads-up display system from Garmin, and found it quite compelling.
The market for dedicated GPS navigation devices has surely taken a hit due to smartphones and mapping apps. But Garmin’s newest $129 cleverly works with a smartphone app, putting directions right on your car’s windshield.
Researchers in Madrid develop a system that helps professors and students exchange feedback on class lectures in real time– and this could point the way toward an interesting use case Google Glass.
Ford has lots of developer programs up its sleeve. After opening up Sync to developers this week, it announced Thursday OpenXC, an open-source software and hardware program that exposes the internal workings of the vehicle to a future generation of apps and devices.