An Augmented Reality App Interface for Your Audi

An Augmented Reality App Interface for Your Audi

This project would allow companies to create their own AR applications

Macala Wright
  • 14 january 2016

This year, MIT Media Lab collaborated with Audi to show real world use cases of augmented reality in automotive design. The result is the creation of the Reality Editor Interface, a new tool designed to empower drivers to connect and interact with their car in human-to-machine ways. The Reality Editor allows its user to manipulate the functionality of physical objects. In the case of a vehicle, a driver just has to point the camera of his-her smartphone at an object, create a command and control away.

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