UNBOXED: Reviewing the Navdy Heads Up Display
As the proud owner of a 2002 Saturn L100, I’m more than happy to jump at the chance to review aftermarket car technology that can bring my ancient ride into the 21st century. So when Navdy reached out to offer their heads up display for review, I was beyond thrilled to take their heads up display literally out on the road.
My ride aside, Navdy (the product) offered a glimpse at what the future could be like with augmented reality steering the ship. It’s a topic we’ve talked a lot about recently, but to actually immerse ourselves in AR technology and take it for a spin is an opportunity we couldn’t pass up.
At its core, Navdy is a product intended to make the driving experience a heck of a lot cooler, but inherently more safe. Similar to some cars rolling off of the manufacturing line today with heads up displays baked right into the windshield, Navdy utilizes a piece of glass to reflect only the most pertinent information right in the path of the driver’s line of vision. That might sound counterintuitive, in terms of being a product that makes driving safer, but it’s really something that you have to experience.