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Four GM 'smart window' apps would provide a variety of entertainment (photos)

General Motors has no immediate plans to put interactive display windows into production vehicles, the company said. But the four "smart window" apps developed by students at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design look really cool.

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Each window app has a fun name. Otto, for example, is an animated character projected over passing scenery that responds to the vehicle movement and speed, the weather, and the landscape.
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Foofu is a doodling app that lets kids create, explore, and discover through finger drawing on a steamed-up window.
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The Pond app lets passengers stream and share music with other cars, download favorite tracks, and share messages with other passengers on the road.
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The Spindow app lets users peek into other users’ windows around the globe in real time.

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