Navdy are known for the heads-up displays that they make for cars, they have been launching them for around four years now, and recently hosted a crowdfunding campaign back in September.

Today they announced a new partnership with Harman to make their units available through Harman’s automotive partners worlwide.

That’s pretty cool because of what Navdy can do. It is an augmented reality heads-up display that can project text messages, navigation data, and music visulisations onto a display that can be placed in front of your car’s steering wheel, providing you with information but without distracting you too much.

It also plugs into your car’s OBD-II interface to also show information about your car’s fuel, RPM, and miles to empty.

And to top all of that off, it can also sense gestures to allow you to accept and dismiss calls, hide notifications, and to respond to messages and calls, without having to touch the actual display. It also links to a companion device called the Dial, which is a single-button rotating dial that can strap onto a steering wheel and allow you to navigate Navdy’s menus.

With the partnership with Harman, these displays will be distributed to auto shops, audio retailers, and select mobile carriers. They also said that they would be launched alongside other products within Harman’s brands.

It’s pretty cool news for Navdy and Harman, and should mean that we see some pretty cool Heads-up display systems soon from the pair.

In the meantime, you can find out more about Navdy at the source link below.

Source: Navdy

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