The Navdy

Clear projection was always in sci-fi movies. Now it is available for all of us. I saw this as a sponsored ad on Facebook. It looked interesting, but I figured it was one of those “donate to the future” & when it is ready, if ever, you will be one of the first to get one. It appears that is not the case. It is a shipping product. It is a bit on the expensive side, $800, but it looks safer than the built-in GPS systems and other electronics in many cars. The Navdy connects to your phone and car. They have an automobile compatibility database for most autos for sale in the US since 1996. You can check the database for your car by year, make & model to see if it is compatible.

The Navdy appears to be easy to set up. There are 3 steps. You start by mounting the display on the dash. Then you attach the dial and give it a spin. Finally, you bring it all together with the Navdy App from the Apple App Store or the Android Play Store.

Once it is set up, you pick a song that’s in tune with your mood, view incoming callers, messages and more. With the Navdy App, your car is completely connected with your phone and the road ahead.

I am not ready to purchase one, but if anyone wants to give me a Navdy for Christmas, I will not refuse. I would love to even have an eval unit to review and return it.

Navdy’s transparent image is purposefully projected into the distance so the road stays in focus while you view the information. Your map won't disappear when you get a phone call.
Navdy’s transparent image is purposefully projected into the distance so the road stays in focus while you view the information. Your map won’t disappear when you get a phone call.