Heads-up mapping

Heads-up mapping is a term used to describe maps for wayfinding which are rotated in the direction of travel. It implies that the map is located in an upright position alongside a suitable walking route environment. Heads-up maps, as opposed to traditional North-up maps, simplify navigation as features at the top of the map lie ahead of the map sign, which is seen to be intuitive.

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