Hyundai and its partner WayRay unveiled on Tuesday a prototype for a holographic head-up display system at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.
The new system projects functions usually reserved for infotainment screens or gauge clusters–navigation, for one–on the windshield. Unlike a traditional head-up display, which reflects images from an LCD screen, the images projected on the windshield are dedicated graphics blended visually with the road ahead. The system doesn’t require that drivers wear any sort of augmented reality glasses to see the graphics.
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