GM Experiments With Augmented Reality To Make Driving Safer

GM Experiments With Augmented Reality To Make Driving Safer
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General Motors is working on a very practical augmented reality application for their vehicles.

Dan Gould
  • 18 march 2010

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General Motors is working on a very practical augmented reality application for their vehicles.

Using a combination of GPS, sensors and video cameras, the company is imagining a windshield based display that would highlight the road during adverse weather conditions, and mark destinations and relevant information within the driver’s field of view. This “enhanced vision system” would use an unobtrusive kind of glowing transparent light to call attention to such data, allowing drivers to keep their eyes on the road.

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