Windshield Devices Bring Distracted Driving Debate to Eye Level

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Navdy’s head-up display device projects information from a smartphone so it looks as if it’s floating six feet in front of a driver. These emerging display devices have become part of a debate over whether technology can provide safer ways for people to multitask while driving. Safety advocates argue that technologies that try to minimize the dangers of multitasking are based on the false premise that drivers can safely attend to the road while juggling social communication and are, in turn, encouraging a risky behavior.


Source: New York Times

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