Pioneer Introduced World’s First Augmented Reality Head Up Display Enabled Car GPS

Pioneer has introduced a car navigation system which  combines head-up display (HUD), augmented-reality (AR) and GPS. The car navigation system will come in two models – one is AVIC-VH99HUD (1D + 1D unit) and other is AVIC-ZH99HUD (2D unit). Pioneer claims that the Cyber Navi is the world’s first AR-enabled car navigation system using an HUD. The prototype of the system was first shown at CEATEC in Japan, 2011.

Pioneer GPS, Image Credit: Engadget

The two models of the GPS system will be released in late July 2012 in Japan. The AVIC-ZH99HUD and AVIC-VH99HUD is priced at ¥300,000 ($3,770) and ¥320,000 ($4,021), respectively.

Source: Engadget

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