07 janvier 2018

Hudly is an aftermarket HUD that can mirror your smartphone

Hudly is an aftermarket HUD that can mirror your smartphone Heads-up displays or HUDs are one of the best features in newer vehicles, as they allow drivers to keep their eyes focused on the road instead of on their in-dash navigation or their smartphone running Google Maps. Now, Hudly is looking to bring that technology to drivers whose vehicles don't currently support the feature with its aftermarket HUD. Hudly is a three-part system featuring a projector, transparent display, and a plug-in for the OBD-II Data Link Connector,... [Lire la suite]
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25 janvier 2017

CES 2017 overview by Auto tech review

CES 2017 overview by Auto tech review The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 is being organised from 5-8 January, 2017 at Las Vegas, US, and as always, the focus is on the latest global electronic trends and technologies. Following the event last year, this year too is expected to offer visitors a wide range of innovations from the automotive sector. The most conspicuous theme from both OEMs, as well as component suppliers is that of Autonomous Driving and the technologies that assist it.   The event will see over 850... [Lire la suite]
25 novembre 2016

Augmented reality head-up displays: HMI impacts of different field-of-views on user experience

Augmented reality head-up displays: HMI impacts of different field-of-views on user experience Horizon cockpit Credit photo Visteon   Head-up display (HUD) technology in aviation has been known about since the 1940s. It keeps the pilot’s attention focused outside of the cockpit and supports aircraft control by information visualization within the pilot’s main sight line on a transparent combiner. What has been worked out for pilots, also worked for drivers. “The Oldsmobile 1988 Cutlass Supreme Indianapolis Pace Car and... [Lire la suite]
26 avril 2016

The HMI for Automated Vehicle Report 2015-16

The HMI for Automated Vehicle Report 2015-16 Industry Overview The report looks into the role of HMI in facilitating driver engagement, car-to-driver communication and car-to-driver takeover of control. This is key for two main reasons: As the autonomous technology is not ready to handle all driving conditions, the driver will be required to take control in certain situations, hence HMI and the User Interface are crucial to ensure the driver’s contextual awareness (i.e. keep the driver/user engaged enough in the driving task and... [Lire la suite]
01 avril 2016

Visteon Exhibits Comprehensive Range of Head-Up Displays for Mass Market Vehicles at 2016 International CES®

Visteon Exhibits Comprehensive Range of Head-Up Displays for Mass Market Vehicles at 2016 International CES® LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Jan. 4, 2016 — Global cockpit electronics supplier Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC), will show a full range of head-up display (HUD) solutions for vehicles at the 2016 International CES®, Central Plaza (CP20) at the Las Vegas Convention Center from Jan. 6-9. Visteon will exhibit several scalable HUD solutions targeting all segments – from entry-level to luxury vehicles – with global market appeal, including... [Lire la suite]
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16 octobre 2014

Toyota developing radical 3-D Head-Updisplay for production

Toyota’s 3-D HUD is a step forward on the path to intelligent cars that help drivers avoid daily-driving hardships. No special viewing goggles are required. Like the 2-D HUDs available in the Toyota Prius and several Lexus models, the 3-D demonstrator we recently experienced provides a clear windshield image that causes no headache or eyestrain. In addition to the usual car-speed information, this gizmo provides navigation assistance and traffic-hazard alerts. For example, turn arrows appear to align with the exact spot where you need... [Lire la suite]