Monday, July 30, 2012

A Display Windscreen

Major carmakers in Detroit are also planning to integrate the technology into their vehicles by 2016 .... the lasers' pure, saturated colors result in more vivid images with a higher contrast ratio, so they are visible in daylight. ..... mobile connectivity is on the rise, and drivers need more and more information to be displayed in the least distracting way possible. That means the head-up display market for cars could be on the cusp of significant growth.
But then driverless cars don't really need these display windscreens. Well, I guess you could use it for entertainment purposes.
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