Carloudy Smart Head-Up Display with E-ink Screen

With the help of an integrated E-ink screen with backlit, the Carloudy smart head-up display offers two weeks of usage, and it delivers clear images in both low-light and bright conditions.

Carloudy Smart Head-Up Display with E-ink Screen

The Carloudy is a Bluetooth-enabled and completely wireless head-up display that measures 6.57 x 5.16 x 0.39 inches and weights 0.55 lbs. The car tablet shows off a slim and portable design that allow you to easily place it on the center of your car’s dashboard.

Using an included Bluetooth OBD2 adapter, the smart HUD creates a wireless bridge between your smartphone and car, and wirelessly communicating with your phone. And integrated voice system allows you to send voice commands and give you voice feedback, and its 6.0″ high-definition, high-contrast and semi-transparent E-ink display shows you intuitive navigation and other info on your car’s windshield. Moreover, the head-up display comes equipped with ambient light sensor and multi-level LED light in order to deliver you clear images at daytime or nighttime.

Carloudy Smart Head-Up Display with E-ink Screen

Carloudy’s companion app can use existing apps on your smartphone and it also features integrated APIs from those popular apps like Yelp, ParkWhiz and etc. in addition to navigating you to your destination, the smart head-up display also helps you to find the closest parking, gas station, give you traffic info, find local restaurants with their ratings and etc. Apart from that, built-in rechargeable battery can last more than two weeks.

The crowdfunding campaign for Carloudy is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $159 to preorder the smart HUD and a Bluetooth OBDII adapter. It will be shipped in March this year if reaching its funding goal. BTW, also don’t miss Vinet vehicle head-up display and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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