Saving us from the need to take our eyes off the road and check our mobile devices for directions, the Navdy is a 5.1-inch transparent heads-up display that presents your phone’s navigation info and incoming notifications in center view. Connecting via Bluetooth, the Navdy offers easy-to-read directions that can be controlled with simple hand or voice commands thanks to a built-in IR camera and internal microphone. It gets better – this affordable invention also features an accelerometer, an e-compass, an ambient light sensor, Wi-Fi connectivity, a mini USB port, and OBD-II power and data connection to your car computer with an optional 12-volt power adapter. As we continue to wait for windshield-embedded screens to become an industry standard, the Navdy is an ingeniously-designed alternative with a modest price tag of $300 USD. Click here for more information.