Created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Audi, the AIDA (Affective Intelligent Driving Agent) is a conceptual navigation system that uses the car's dashboard as a 3D head-up display.

GPS navigation hasn't changed very much in the past decade, but things could get a lot more interesting if this demo is any indication.

Created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Audi, the AIDA (Affective Intelligent Driving Agent) is a conceptual navigation system that uses the car's dashboard as a 3D head-up display. While this would probably prove too distracting for production, the system also incorporates the ability to program destinations via hand gestures.