What if you could have the promise of the Skully or the new BMW HUD helmet in a lid you already own? Here’s a company trying to do just that.
You know those racing lines that are superimposed on the track in Gran Turismo and Forza? Jaguar wants to bring them to your street car with its Virtual Windscreen concept. Oh, and that includes the "ghost car" that's always kicking your ass.
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GM's working on a system using data gathered from vehicle sensors and cameras to project compact ultra violet laser-generated images directly onto the entire surface of the windshield. It's sort of like they're bringing the world of Tron to you.
Organic light emitting diode displays are normally shown over a black background to provide contrast. This see-though Samsung display, however, does not, providing a creepy, holographic quality perfect for a high content heads-up display.
The federal government fleet now totals 642,233 vehicles and cost taxpayers $3.4 billion last year, according to the AP by way of the Detroit News. As one might expect, the government doesn't know exactly why it has so many cars and trucks — even within individual agencies, the report states, some vehicles sit unused…
General Motors is building a prototype windshield capable of enhancing a driver's vision with lasers. No, this isn't the automotive equivalent of LASIK, but rather a system for identifying road markings and making them more visible to drivers during difficult conditions. The system is being developed with older…