Samsung’s New Car Dashboard Display Responds To Hand Gestures
Navdy attaches to the front of a driver's vehicle to give them location updates and notifications without looking away from the road
What if you could look up directions, turn on music and answer calls with a simple hand gesture? Thanks to Navdy, a heads-up display that can magnetically attach to car’s dashboard, you can. Harman, the investment company behind Navdy, announced they will sell the display to automakers and other outlets as of January 2017.
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