Driving with your smartphone is convenient, but it's not safe. According to National Safety Counsel’s statistics, cell phone use while driving causes 1.6 million crashes each year, or 1 in every 4 accidents. People increase their likelihood of being in an accident by 400 ~ 1000% when using their smartphones while driving.

So, it looks like we have to pick either safety or convenience. Or do we?

Carloudy is a head-up display (HUD) that’s designed to provide drivers with the necessary information for their on-road experience. Simply place Carloudy on your dashboard while it connects to your smartphone via bluetooth. With its transparent display and voice control, Carloudy makes driving with smartphone safer and more convenient.

Here are a few quick highlights about Carloudy:

Information is displayed directly in front of you on your windshield
Turn by turn navigation from Google Maps
The system is completely voice-controlled
It works perfectly in the daylight and at night.
Carloudy is completely wireless and can be put on any vehicle in seconds.
Long-lasting battery that only needs to be charged every two weeks
What others say about Carloudy:

"I found Carloudy's imagery easy to view and very usable ... visible in bright sunlight. The navigation interaction was also quite good in this demonstration." -- CNET

"... clearly visible, even in high ambient light. Carloudy portable HUD runs for weeks on a single charge ..." -- Gizmag
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Additional Information

Updated
April 4, 2019
Size
Varies with device
Installs
500+
Current Version
Varies with device
Requires Android
Varies with device
Content Rating
Everyone
Interactive Elements
Users Interact
Permissions
Offered By
Cognitive AI Technologies, Inc.
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