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The company has come out with a heads-up display designed to keep drivers looking ahead.
The interactive augmented reality displays would feature an information layer on live video.
The augmented reality display shows information like the speed and distance of the car in front as well as incoming calls.
The prototype MEG4.0 fits onto standard glasses and projects a 320x240 QVGA display right in front of your eyes.
The heads-up display can be installed in a vehicle and features augmented reality-enabled stats, directions, weather, etc.
The device, which attaches to your sunglasses, uses LEDs and audio feedback to tell you about your performance.
imaGinyze is an application that takes advantage of real-time video recognition to create a simple platform for an augmented driving heads-up display.
Korean materials manufacturers NeoView KOLON have been developing a technology dubbed T-OLED, a transparent OLED screen for displaying information.