Throughout the development of the automotive industry, supporting activities related with driving has been material of
analysis and experimentation, always seeking new ways to achieve greater safety for the driver and passengers. With the
purpose of contributing to this topic, in order to contribute to this subject, this paper summarizes from past research
experiences the use of Head-Up Display systems applied to the automobile industry, covering it from two main points of
discussion: the first one, from a technical point of view, in which the main principles of optical design associated with a
moderate-cost experimental set up are brought out; and the second one, an operational approach where an applied
driving graphical interface is presented. Up to now, the results suggest that the experimental set up here discussed could
be adaptable to any automobile vehicle, but it is needed further research and investment.