As I am not the first to point out (nor is it my first time pointing it out), the days of us driving with nothing standing visually between our eyes and the road are seriously numbered. Heads-up displays will more than likely be the norm in the not-too-distant future, and one of the advance scouts in that territory is Hudway Glass.
Hudway Glass differs from most other HUDs in that it doesn’t have any software built into it. Instead, it simply adjusts whatever HUD app you might prefer on your smartphone to the HUD format, rendering it transparent and operable while driving thanks to its aspheric plastic lens. And it’s compatible with both Android and iOS devices, so your options are as good as possible for now.
The Hudway Glass Kickstarter campaign only has three days left, but you can still get in on the ground floor right here and pre-order yours. Its minimalist function means it’s affordable by HUD standards, too – pre-orders start at just fifty bucks.