Pioneer has launched a new satellite navigation system, the Pioneer AVIC-VH09RS, and it is the first navigation system to feature Augmented Reality built in, with an AR Scouter Mode.
As you can see from the photo below, it display the road in front of you, it does this via a camera which is connected to the windshield, and it then displays data on top of the camera images.
It certainly looks pretty interesting from the photo, and it features a 7 inch LCD display, a DVD, CD player, an SD card slot and USB, there is also Bluetooth connectivity.
The Pioneer AVIC-VH09CS will gon on sale in Japan later this month and will retail for about $3,700, there are no details on whether it will be available in the US and Europe in the future.
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