Toyota Passengers Can Now Control Their GPS With A Nintendo DS

Toyota Passengers Can Now Control Their GPS With A Nintendo DS
technology

Car manufacturer turns a gaming device into a navigational system remote.

Yi Chen
  • 24 may 2012


Car manufacturer Toyota in Japan has found a way to use the Nintendo DS as a remote control for its new Smart Navi car navigational system. The utility card called ‘Kuruma de DS’ is inserted into the device like a regular game. By enabling Bluetooth, the user can then input destinations using the DS and even sync with Smart Navi to save places on the Nintendo.

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