In a head-up display (HUD), reflected information is superimposed on a background scene and a HUD user observes the transparent image through the reflecting equipment (a combiner) that is placed in front of them. HUDs have been used in aircraft for many years, and they entered practical use for cars in the 1990s. Read more

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Head-up displays (HUDs) have been available in cars for over 30 years, but have never quite caught on. That could change as vehicles become more laden with driver assist systems – and their visual alerts – that will eventually lead to fully autonomous cars. Read more

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Today’s consumers aren’t satisfied with products that are static and stationary. Cellphones and tablets have changed the way people think and interact with technology. Composed of a pair of glasses and a frame to hold a cellphone, Wearality is a portable, immersive VR system that provides the deepest immersive VR experience available to consumers. Read [..]

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