Augmented Reality Appearing in Cars!

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While modern augmented reality is usually associated with Epson Moverio BT-200 glasses, Google Glass, and smartphone cameras; there are other applications in the works that don't require extra specs or handheld equipment.

PC Magazine recently ran an article highlighting new heads-up display features being made available on a range of cars, and managed to get their hands on a new system being developed by Continental.  In addition to presenting the standard fare of speed and fuel, they discovered unique benefits for getting GPS information this way versus the standard method of having a unit sitting on your dashboard or suction cupped to your windhshield.

See what you think!