IPhone app uses augmented reality for safer driving

08/26/2010 | ReadWrite

A company named imaGinyze has developed an iPhone application that uses so-called augmented-reality technology to help increase roadway safety. The Augmented Driving app, which costs $2.99, provides a variety of audio and visual cues to alert the driver of potentially hazardous conditions, such as if a car just ahead suddenly brakes.

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