Panasonic’s automotive division unveiled an advanced head-up display system at CES. This system is based on augmented reality and reflects the available information as if the signs and writings are on the surface of the path.
Panasonic’s new head-up display system is equipped with artificial intelligence and, with the help of the company’s proprietary SPYDR technology, displays various contents such as vehicle speed, objects, pedestrians, as well as map information in an attractive and attractive way. Panasonic has stated that the purpose of developing this system is to provide better information and keep him more involved with driving processes.
Scott Kirchner, director of the Panasonic Automotive division, described the growth rate of the Hadap Display market as very high, but at the same time considered the current systems to be flawed. According to Mr. Kirchner, augmented reality systems cover a larger part of the road and can combine common information such as speed and fuel level with routing signals shown in 3D.
The CEO of Panasonic Automotive Branch further emphasized that when the cars become more widespread in the future, the head-up display system based on augmented reality will bring more comfort and peace of mind to the passengers.
Key features of Panasonic’s innovative head-up display system include pupil tracking technology, high-precision artificial intelligence-based navigation system, vibration control, permanent alertness level, 3D imaging radar, 4K resolution and small system components.
Advanced lenses with a wide field of view (10 by 4 degrees) are an interesting feature of Panasonic display headup in the hardware sector. These lenses can create a virtual image at a distance of 10 meters or more.
As the evidence shows, augmented reality head-up display technology will sooner or later find its way into mass-produced vehicles. Currently, the new generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class head-up display system is the most advanced of its kind.