Jaguar Land Rover will develop a three-dimensional projection displayAugust 21, 2019
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is developing a new generation projection display that can display various data in front of the driver in real time. In addition, technology designed for future autonomous cars will allow passengers to watch movies in 3D.
The developed three-dimensional display will be able to project various warnings of a wide range of security systems and navigator tips. In addition, the technology is able to help the driver in conditions of limited visibility, adding depth to the image using augmented reality, projecting alerts as if directly on the road.
According to studies conducted in Germany, stereoscopic three-dimensional displays can improve driver response to pop-up instructions and make the right decisions faster.
In the future, the system will be used on unmanned vehicles and will allow passengers to watch movies in 3D. She will be able to track the movement of the head and eyes to adjust the image as needed. In this case, to view you do not need special glasses.
Earlier it was reported that Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is developing a new system designed to improve the well-being of the driver during the trip. Artificial intelligence, based on new generation fatigue control technology, will be able to determine the mood of a motorist and, based on the data received, activate certain functions in the cabin.
Information will come from the camera and biometric sensors, after which the computer will analyze the driver’s condition and apply the necessary settings. Depending on the facial expression, the electronics will be able to select the required temperature, the desired level of lighting and select the appropriate composition from the playlist.
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