The augmented reality (AR) research community has been developing a manifold of ideas and concepts to
improve the depiction of virtual objects in a real scene. In contrast, current AR applications require the use
of unwieldy equipment which discourages their use.
In order to essentially ease the perception of digital information and to naturally interact with the pervasive
computing landscape the required AR equipment has to be seamlessly integrated into the user's natural
Considering this basic principle we propose the car as an augmented reality apparatus and present an
innovative visualization paradigm for navigation systems that should enhance user interaction.