Electronic giant Panasonic presented a head-up display with augmented reality at CES. Many companies have dealt with this topic. You can recall such different companies as Nissan and Skoda, Mercedes-Benz and JLR… The difference between the new project and its analogues is the variety of scenarios in which the display displays the necessary symbols and prompts on the glass.
The system shows inscriptions and different signs in the driver’s near and far field of view, based on the road situation (here artificial intelligence elements are involved). Thanks to the original optics, it has a 4K resolution and a large picture size. It tracks the driver’s gaze and takes into account the readings of three-dimensional radar. The firm did not indicate the date of the serial production of the device, but representatives of the developer noted that it is quite possible to establish it.
Among the company’s projects related to the automotive industry, there is the SPYDR platform, which is required to control the digital cockpit. The platform supports the simultaneous operation of up to 11 screens in the cabin, including the same projection screen with augmented reality, and also distributes various content to various places in the car, including audio and video. The firm also unveiled wireless ambient cameras, an electronic suspension control system (in collaboration with Fox). Panasonic projects have their own version of the vehicle’s connection with the infrastructure (V2X). Of course, Panasonic continues to develop its traction battery business.
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