iScout Heads Up Display
We looked at hand gesture tech for office meetings and the home 'Bird' Interactive Remote Control, but what happens when you get into your car? You may want to continue looking like Tony Stark doing Iron Man hand gestures.
With so many accidents caused by using cellphones when driving, Heads-Up Displays should become standard in cars. But if you don’t own an expensive German model that comes with a standard HUD, then check out the removable iSCOUT. It’s designed to help motorists view maps, blind spots (with integrated cameras and dashcam on the premium model) and safely use their cellphones when driving.
Drivers don’t need to take their eyes off the road to get relevant information in less time than a conventional display such as a GPS device. It’ll sync to your phone via Bluetooth and display incoming calls, messages, reminders and, if it’s really that necessary when driving, social media content. You can also 'compose texts via voice dictation, or control music from Spotify and others’.