Exploride | A Futuristic New Head-Up-Display

Posted on Aug 20 2015 - 5:38pm by Pavithra Manisha

Head-up displays (HUDs), whether they are projected towards the wind-shield or just used as a dedicated screen, inspired by military aircraft are one of the best innovations when it comes to road safety. What could be even cooler is when the HUD like Exploride can offer navigation and some other smartphone like capability.

Exploride- Drive Safe

Exploride- Drive Safe

A Maryland based startup Exploride that can be called the world’s ‘first all-in-one’ HUD  is up in the news. The Exploride uses convenient hand gestures and voice controls granting drivers the simultaneous ability to answer or decline calls, access GoogleMaps, control music, hear texts and also monitor the vehicles performance like speed, tire pressure and fuel level all from the HUD.  There are also quite a few features that are notable including a 3MP dash cam, cloud storage capability and a lot of other apps including internet radio facility.

Explore the Exploride

♦ Sleek Modern Design

Exploride is designed to give a modern and ultra-luxury feel. Made with the highest quality materials.

♦ Be Informed Every Time

Exploride connects to your car with OBD to give you all the details including speed, tachometer,  temperature, tyre pressure & more.

♦ Stay Connected 

Connect your smartphone with Exploride and receive calls, texts, play music and more. Catch up with where your friends have been going while you were away.

♦ Never Get Lost

Smart GPS system is inbuilt into Exploride. The inbuilt maps make sure you are on the right route to your destination; be on time every time.

Exploride | Specifications



  • 6″ Transparent Display
  • Quad Core Processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • IR Camera
  • Dash Camera
  • Inbuilt Microphone
  • Dual Hi Output Speakers
  • Standalone Functionality
  • Bluetooth 4.0 / LE
  • LTE
  • 12v Multi USB Adaptor
  • OBD II Scanner Adaptor
  • Ambient Light Sensors
  • 8GB Internal Memory

The eye-catcher is the transparent display through which all the functions can be accessed . There are four basic hand gesture to control the 6-inch HUD: Up,Down,Left and Right. Using these gestures, all the in-car gadgets are summarized in front of the driver, which Exploride has claimed will reduce drivers from getting otherwise distracted.

 It all started when Sunil Vallath, founder of Exploride was talking on the phone with his fiancé while she was driving. She met with an accident. The incident shook Sunil and drove him to find a solution that enabled people while driving to do other things and still be out of danger.

Sunil Vallath with the Exploride

Sunil Vallath(Right)- Pointing Exploride


Exploride | Pre-order

In order to finance the Exploride’s manufacturing cost,  an Indiegogo campaign has been launched targeting $100,000. Pre-order per unit is $239 that comprises the HUD, an OBDII adapter that accesses vehicle performance diagnostics, a charging set and access  to the Exploride app that controls it all.

Pre-order Exploride

Catch all the Glimpses of Exploride on YouTube

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  1. Ralph October 8, 2015 at 10:29 am - Reply

    Kerala is emerging as a tech savy state,with great tech ideas and more crowd funding also .
    I mention one recent news here:
    Away from the hustle of Bangalore and noise of Delhi, Kerala has surprisingly emerged as one of the hubs of crowd sourced success stories.

  2. Carl October 19, 2015 at 5:48 pm - Reply

    Excellent initiative. Really liked the idea..

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