How augmented reality transforms the car windshield into a virtual screen


At CES 2022, French startup EyeLights and the automotive glazing manufacturer AGC joined forces to present augmented reality windshield display technology. — AFP Relaxnews

What if all the information you need while driving was no longer displayed on a dashboard, but projected directly onto your windshield? This kind of augmented reality display already exists for motorcyclists. Now French startup EyeLights wants to adapt its technology to cars. In collaboration with the automotive glazing manufacturer AGC, a demonstration aimed at wooing carmakers from around the world has been staged at CES 2022.

This technology essentially involves showing drivers all the information they need in the form of an augmented reality display directly on the car windshield. This would include the car’s current speed, as well as navigation data and route guidance, safety distances and the detection of cyclists or slow vehicles.

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