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Over in sat-nav-land there's a new tech startup which has captured plenty of headlines this week - Navdy.
The Navdy system is a sat-nav with a big difference - it acts like a heads-up display which an aircraft pilot might ordinarily use during flight, sitting on the dashboard of a vehicle.
It has the usual navigational elements associated with a sat-nav device, but the transparent display uses a Google Glass-type interface, in that it appears in the driving vision of the driver (without the daft-looking, nerdy spectacles).
Navdy also includes controls for the vehicle's music system (or associated user device, such as iPod) and the ability to answer or making phone calls.
But rather than have to fiddle with the device, drivers use a combination of hand gestures and voice activation.
It's very cool - inevitably triggering a heap of praise this week for those marvelling at its Minority Report-esque technology and the petrol-head lovers of Top Gear.
And how much does it cost?
Not particularly cheap, unsurprisingly. Pre-order units are selling for $299, with later retail versions going for $400.
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