Cycling By Ear: Let Musical GPS Be Your Guide

Cycling By Ear: Let Musical GPS Be Your Guide

A research team from the Netherlands has developed a GPS app that directs cyclists through music so they don't have to constantly look at a screen.

Anna Brillon
  • 12 september 2011

Netherlands-based researchers from the University of Technology of Eindhoven have developed a smart system that can help cyclists, and possibly drivers, navigate by means of music. According to Matthijs Zwinderman, they devised the GPS app entitled, ‘Oh Music, Where Art Thou?’ as an alternative to conventional GPS, in which the driver or cyclist has to constantly look at a screen to find his way around.

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