Jaguar Land Rover continues to surprise with technological innovations that seek to reduce the number of road accidents and facilitate the same time the driving experience aboard their cars. A few months ago we unveiled its innovative connectivity 'InControl' and the virtual windshield. In the way of this latest invention we face the last two active safety systems: the '360 Virtual Urban Windscreen' and 'Follow-me Ghost Car Navigation'.
Through a 'Head-up Display' more developed than we know today the first of these systems intended to give the driver a panoramic view of 360 degrees around your car. The '360 Virtual Urban Windscreen' Jaguar Land Rover projected on the pillars of vehicle images captured by cameras located abroad making the columns A B and C invisible.
By connecting to the Internet thus linking the car with the road infrastructure the possibilities are even greater. Can you imagine going driving and see on your windshield the price of fuel stations nearest service? Or view the nearest shops and places available in a parking?
They are some of the progress of this system as Jaguar Land Rover let 'prevent the driver take your eyes off the road'. The system also uses devices of the car such as intermittent and recognizes the movements of the driver's head. Thus turning left on a curve the images projected on the pillar of the corresponding side would.
The second of these systems the 'Follow-me Ghost Car Navigation' is in line with the former. It is the projection of a 'virtual drive' on the windshield. As you can see in the picture it would suffice to follow the 'ghost car' to the destination you were preselected before the browser.
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