Someday, Augmented-Reality Technology Could Change The Way We Drive

Augmented reality -- a live view of your environment with elements enhanced by computer-generated input -- will undoubtedly revolutionize the way we interact with the world, and even the way we drive.

Chevrolet Volt owners are already experiencing game-changing advanced technology (via two interactive color LCD screens that monitor and provide efficiency feedback based on one's driving style), but there are already products like Google Glass on the cusp of mass-market adoption -- essentially a wearable smartphone that looks like a pair of glasses, with a smart display imposed on the user's field of vision that can record video, take pictures, send texts and more, all controlled by voice command.

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