Augmented windscreens provide immersive motoring

As cars have become more complex, a growing array of driver support tools have emerged to help us navigate our cars effectively.  Foremost among these are augmented windscreens that display useful information in front of us as we drive.

The latest such device has recently emerged from a partnership between Cambridge University and Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) that will use laser holographic techniques to project a range of information onto the windscreen, including speed, direction and navigation.

The screens have moved from the lab and into the latest range of JLR vehicles and are the latest example of how driving is becoming a more immersive experience.

Immersive motoring

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