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  • AR is the future of driver navigation
  • AR is the future of driver navigation
    WayRay (2014) ©
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AR is the future of driver navigation

Driving with a GPS device can be distracting. WayRay is a navigational system from Russia, which uses augmented reality to improve road safety – and with 27,000 road fatalities reported in Russia in 2012 alone, there's a space for products that encourage safer driving.

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