The Carloudy Uses An Electronic Paper Display For Better Visibility

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Nov 27, 2015
References: carloudy & gizmag
The Carloudy is the first ever heads-up display that makes use of an electronic paper display, meaning there is no heat involved and there are no moving parts. This setup allows for the contraption to be easily visible in all light conditions and makes it possible for it to be used for two weeks on a single charge.

This gadget comes fully equipped with a six-inch high-definition semi-transparent display that utilizes a special ambient light sensor to automatically alter brightness, with the resultant image reflected on the windshield for easy viewing.

This heads-up display will enable drivers to have all their navigation and connected information on hand without ever having to take their eyes off the windshield, meaning safer and more connected commuting.