The $US1,600 Raku Navi AVIC-MRZ009 will be rolled out in Japan next week with its Air Gesture Sensor that uses an infra-red system to detect and track the motion of the driver’s hand. It doesn’t limit the functionality of the navigation unit’s touchscreen, though, which can still be operated with taps for accessing all of its functionality. The new gesture system is just meant to be a safer alternative for accessing more common functions without requiring the driver to take their eyes off the road. [Pioneer via Tech-On!]
Trending Stories Right Now
Video. Deep down you know it's not much better than eating chocolate icing right from the container, but somehow you're able to justify doing it with Nutella. Unless you're YouTuber CemreCandar, who filled his entire tub with 272kg of Nutella before immersing himself in the chocolate hazelnut bath.
Video. How do you relax at the end of a long day? A movie? A good book? Maybe a long soak in the tub? You're doing it all wrong. What you should be doing is strapping on a giant propeller and parachute, then heading to Utah where you can soar just centimetres above a massive salt lake.