Continental, a first-class OEM supplier, has created an “automatic stereoscopic” 3D car display that will be unveiled in the next generation of Genesis GV80 SUVs,media reported. The system uses eye-tracking technology to locate the driver’s eyes and set up a set of tilted “parallax barriers” in the display so that the driver’s left and right eyes can receive different images, resulting in a three-dimensional image.
Why would the mainland want to build such a system? The company said it was for security reasons. Because modern cars have so many automation features, warnings, and idiot lights that many important things are lost in a succession of messages. Therefore, it jumps out for the driver to see only if it is a high priority warning.
This will be the first system to enter the automotive market, and it will come with a driving friend with the new Genesis SUV. It also plans to launch a rear-seat 3D video entertainment display — which will take advantage of a different light bending 3D technology developed by Leia called Diffractive Lightfield Backlighting — and gesture control – and gesture control sits in the air to move the dashboard module in the air and resize it.