The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the biggest tech trade convention in the world, and innovative companies gather to it every year to showcase their latest developments. These upcoming gadgets could make your life more convenient, fun, or most importantly, safe. Take, for example, this HUDWAY Glass, a GPS display that attaches above your dashboard so you can focus on the road in front of you.
Responsible drivers know the peril of using their smartphones when driving. But while navigating via a GPS on your phone is somewhat tolerated, many aren’t aware that tinkering with a map app behind the wheel is also dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association, fiddling with a GPS increases your risk of getting into accidents by up to 23 times.
If you rely on GPS devices all the time to get from point A to point B, the HUDWAY Glass not only helps tell you where to go but also allows you to see the road ahead clearly. Equal parts futuristic and functional, the HUDWAY Glass is a GPS solution that won’t require you to take your eyes off the road — ever.
It allows using any heads-up display (HUD) app on any mobile device in your car, so you won’t lose sight of where you’re going. The very first of its kind, it blows up a 20% larger image from your phone to give you unfettered access to the navigation, speedometer, or any other HUD app with a much clearer picture, preventing your gaze from wandering as you go.
With HUDWAY Glass, you can simultaneously view directions and focus on the road. Thanks to its intuitive design, the HUDWAY also lets you see the screen in poor visibility and clear days. Forbes calls this innovative device “A safer (and really cool) GPS.”
You can try this futuristic GPS out for yourself by purchasing it for only $49.95, down from $59.
Prices subject to change.