Harman Automotive introduced the Ready Vision QVUE and AR HUD (head-up display), which the company says provides auto windshields with pillar-to-pillar projection bridging the physical and digital worlds.
Stamford, Connecticut, company says Ready Vision displays mileage, speed, driving stats, and alerts on the windshield, allowing for easy readability without obstructing their view of the road.
The cost-effective, HDR (High Dynamic Range) capable reflective display powered by Samsung Neo QLED (Quantum Light-Emitting Diode) offers exceptional high-resolution display quality with vivid colors and brilliant optics.
Through partnerships with third-party applications through the HARMAN Ignite Store, consumers can receive key information, including low-charge status alerts from ChargePoint and severe weather alerts via The Weather Channel in the QVUE display.
The Ready Vision augmented reality software uses artificial intelligence, combining depth perception with real-time visuals such as traffic, 3D navigation, and hazard alerts to increase the driver’s situational awareness.
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