MasterHUD Pro head up display (HUD) projects images of your car’s performance on the inner windshield so the driver keep focus on the road in front them.
What Is HUD Head up Display?
MasterHUD Pro head up display (HUD) projects images of your car’s performance onto the inner windshield so the driver keep focus on the road.
Originally developed for military aircraft to display necessary data for flight, auto manufacturers found it super convenient to use this intelligent feature in modern vehicles. Many might be asking what purpose does head up display serve.
With so many accidents on our roads, the less distracted we are when driving, the more we will continue to keep road carnage down. However, some will argue that there is no significant difference of the device since we normally glance to the center of our dashboard momentarily while driving.
While our complete mind and focus is on the road, I believe there is a greater level of comfort and attention using the head up display as it is as transparent as the windshield you are using.
Is it distracting?
Although driving requires full focus on the road, there are times when it becomes necessary to shift our attention briefly from the actual road. An example could be stopping at a stoplight. Our attention for that minute would be to glance at the stoplight or any road sign along the roadway. Therefore, there will always be some level of distraction from the actual road at some point while driving. To say that the head up display is a major distractor would be defeating its purpose and that is to keep you focused in one direction.
Why is the MasterHUD PRO Heads Up Display really important?
The heads-up display’s main purpose is to keep the driver’s eyes on the road while he or she has control of the vehicle most of the time. However, many would also argue that the vehicle already has a display unit on the dashboard. While this additional feature could be an augmented option for most vehicle manufactured after 2021, some vehicles do not have display screen on their windshield. Some motorists are happy to add this optional benefit to their vehicle.
Where can I find HUD?
Head-up displays are currently available on the following vehicle and models:
- Audi (latest)
- BMW (latest)
- Buick Lacrosse
- Chevrolet (Corvette & Camaro)
- GMC Acadia
- Hyundai Equus and other luxury vehicles
- Lexus models
- Toyota Prius (latest)
General Motors’ Staff Engineer, Scott Geisler, stated that although head up displays aren’t in great demand currently, there is still a need for less driver distraction on our roads. He further stated that one way to solve the problem is to keep the driver’s eyes on the road instead of operating other onboard device inside the vehicle.
Mazda engineer Dave Coleman said “The more complicated the system you’re asking someone to operate, the more distraction there is”. Head up display units can be found worldwide within automobile industry, and promises to be a growing business as road fatalities trend upwards. DUI, speeding, and cellphone distraction seem to be the common cause for road accidents and experts anticipate a boom in head up display units in coming years.
Is This Unit Compatible with All Vehicles?
Mobile technology makes way to engage motorist, and you one can safely and conveniently plug the MasterHUD Head up Display device via your OBD Connection without paying extra for a car that comes with Head up display. Many are willing to pay extra for this smart auto feature.
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