Navion uses our True Augmented Reality principle to integrate holographic objects in the world around you with wide-angle field of view.
The wearable for your car
Transforming driving data into personalized. Optimize road performance through interactive learning.
The way we interact with our cars has stayed pretty much the same for the last 100 years. No one has come up with a new way to interface with all of the information we need when we drive. WayRay is a European startup that is looking to change that.
AR solutions are also coming to transportation, such as WayRay, which is working to display navigation info on your windshield.
Rather than throwing little left-turn arrows up in your field of vision, Navion projects holographic arrows that follow the road in front of you and then onto the road where you need to turn left.
The navi directions look just like the arrows projected on the road in videogames like Forza Horizon 2.
The Navion holographic navigator could become the safest way to get where you’re going. The best part is, it won’t require you to buy a new car with the technology built in.
You'd buy this. Seriously. #Navion projects holographic GPS data onto your car's windshield.... http://t.co/qlBYHSfqO3Eric Oxenberg
Holographic car navigation: https://t.co/5j1z6S6Y4D Is this for real? Is it the future already? o_OHelen Tran
One of the coolest evolutions to car navigation tech in a while; https://t.co/0peAR8N8jyWarren Keefe
Interesting times ahead for #AR! "Navion projects your route onto the road via hologram" http://t.co/6RqOrmekw8 via @wellbeloveDonna McTaggart
@wayray's Navion Heads Up Display tech is very very promising. Seems well implemented. If only I could invest at this early stage!Chandrachood