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Today, on Vaporware Theatre, we present a spiffy-looking navigation system inspired by that other nav rig - the compass. Jeongmin Ok designed the Moto to reflect the sense of accuracy and dependability that some people take away from a compass, deviations from true north notwithstanding. Ok imagines that a 3.5" touchscreen will display typical navigation views of street data, as well as the compass-like mode.
The die-cast aluminum unit also integrates Bluetooth, a slot for microSD cards, and a camera. After all, when you're designing conceptual things, it's all too easy to pack the feature list. Still, it's a slick-looking gadget, and it would certainly make a spiffy additional distraction in the cabin.