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HeadsDown™ Display

Safety Comes First
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Drive safely no matter what the distraction with our new HeadsDown™ display glasses. Stereo cameras installed in the headlights of your car transmit images onto the LCD displays built into the glasses, which act like bifocals.

So whether you're helping the kids get that peanut butter sandwich, digging for the Gameboy, or engaging in completely unsafe behavior, at least you're seeing what's ahead, and with some practice, you may be able to drive at a regular clip.

Taking some dramamine may be a good idea

theircompetitor, Mar 16 2004

Pretty cool helmet http://www.engadget...er-through-the-jet/
[theircompetitor, Jun 07 2010]

A Video Gun Sight That Keeps Soldiers Out of Danger http://www.blogotariat.com/node/193903
Article from Popular Science. Same idea similar application (driving and shooting; reminds me of that scene from LA Story). [xaviergisz, Jun 07 2010]

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       this is baked to the point it can be with the traditional helmet HUD. Nice name though.
ato_de, Mar 16 2004
  

       NCD: Naval Contemplation Display
bristolz, Mar 16 2004
  

       Damn, a [bristolz] ghost again...
normzone, Jun 07 2010
  
      
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