Bosch is going to surprise with three-dimensional projectionAugust 21, 2019
Specialists from the German company Bosch are developing an information dashboard with a three-dimensional image.
Every year, car designers are trying to improve the comfort and safety of cars. They equip the news with options to help the driver focus on traffic.
One of these additions is the projection onto the windshield. The system allows you to track important data without being distracted by the dashboard.
At the moment, specialists from the German company Bosch are working on a more interesting novelty. They are developing an information dashboard with a three-dimensional image that will project important information directly into the cabin in front of the driver.
The system will be built using passive 3D technology, which will avoid the use of special glasses or a certain viewing angle.
The developers plan to display important warnings and navigation data through the panel, and in the parking mode, the system using rear-view cameras will be able to build the optimal model for a safe distance.
Unfortunately, at the moment, Bosch does not report more detailed project details and the exact release date of the panel. It is also not known which cars will be the first to test the novelty. As practice shows, most likely it will be premium cars.
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