Technology to change the way we utilize the windshield
The rate at which technology is advancing will present a challenge to those who will attempt to play catch-up. It is fast, swift and favorable to early adopters.
The 2019 Geneva Motor Show and others like it that will follow paints a picture of unprecedented tech advances. In fact, it is obvious that there is so much to come for onlookers, real enthusiasts, and risk-taking entrepreneurs to devour.
One of the concepts that seek to revolutionize infotainment in automobiles is advanced by a Swiss startup named WayRay. And for your to get the picture of how revolutionary this idea is, think of a situation where the windshield as the primary source of your infotainment.
That is what this fore-thoughtful company aims to bring around. Information is varied and personalized, in a way that fits different passengers.
You can access route information, local events, route information and so much more through the holographic displays developed by WayRay. Company founder and CEO says that an accident in Moscow led him to think of the windshield as “the perfect place to start when it comes to improving car safety.”
Several years down the line, he is clearly on a journey to rewrite the story of motoring through Augment Reality. This technology was brought around aboard the Oasis, a self-driving electric vehicle developed by Rinspeed.