“Augmented” here refers to augmented reality, where projections are used to display information as if it’s 50 feet ahead of the driver. With this technology, the I.D. will be able to project street directions in a way that looks like they’re on the actual roads, as shown above.
This has nothing to do with dentistry. However it is a good look at the concept of augmented reality. Now imagine that instead of seeing a heads up display showing the road ahead you can see a display showing patient vital signs and the bones beneath the tissue as well as the significant anatomical features such as nerves and vessels.