The manufacturer is working on 3D displays for cars that could alert and assist drivers without the need of glasses or any other special technology

Automotive technology has been improving by leaps and bounds in recent years, particularly with the integration of computerized controls. Now, German manufacturing giant Bosch is further elevating the driving experience while making it safer through the use of 3D visual technology.

This new system would allow drivers to more easily see important notifications, more accurate perspective during parking through the use of cameras, and more accurate directions which can help drivers better understand which turn is the right one to make. The tech in question would be passive 3D, so drivers won't need to use glasses to see it. The goal is to improve the experience for the driver, making driving easier but also safer.

“The display's depth of field means drivers can grasp important visual information faster, whether from an assistance system or a traffic-jam alert,” said Steffen Berns, President of Bosch's automotive multimedia arm, in a press release. “Alerts that seem to jump out of the display are much more obvious and urgent.”

Bosch has not yet revealed when this technology will be integrated into Bosch's cars, though it is likely not the only manufacturer working to put this technology on the road.

Bosch

Bosch


Lead image: Bosch

Automotive technology has been improving by leaps and bounds in recent years, particularly with the integration of computerized controls. Now, German manufacturing giant Bosch is further elevating the driving experience while making it safer through the use of 3D visual technology.

This new system would allow drivers to more easily see important notifications, more accurate perspective during parking through the use of cameras, and more accurate directions which can help drivers better understand which turn is the right one to make. The tech in question would be passive 3D, so drivers won't need to use glasses to see it. The goal is to improve the experience for the driver, making driving easier but also safer.