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Imagine a windshield that allows you to see through roof pillars, highlights upcoming turns, and even identifies the closest cafe. Or instead of following tedious navigation directions, you can follow a holographic "ghost car" projected in front of you.

This is the future of head-up displays (HUDs). These systems are not just for show and convenience; they're designed to enhance safety. At 70 mph, you travel the length of a car in the time it takes to glance at your gauges. A lot can happen in that brief time.

"Our ultimate aim is to reduce road accidents and enhance the urban driving experience," said Dr. Wolfgang Epple, Director of Research and Technology, Jaguar Land Rover, who recently demonstrated the "ghost car" concept. "If we can keep the driver's eyes on the road and present information in a non-distracting way, we can help drivers make better decisions in the most demanding and congested driving environments."

Make and receive calls without even touching your phone. See who’s calling — and reply or dismiss calls by swipes, or by remote dial on the steering wheel. Simply say who to call — and keep driving with both hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

Have HUDWAY Drive read the incoming messages for you or swipe to dismiss and read later. Or — just call back. It's anyway better than texting behind the wheel.

Augment your driving with extra information, like current speed and speed limit, RPM, fuel level, weather info, distance left, or estimated arrival time

In automotive tech, the idea of a head-up display (or HUD) is one that should be fully realised by now. You peer out past the steering wheel and see a floating display with your speed, current playlist, and even markings that show the lane-departure warning system is activated.

Jet fighters have used HUDs for years, and holographic technology can now make the deceased rapper Tupac appear at a concert, so why not add HUDs to cars?

Of course, there is a reason for the delay: some drivers can't stand anything blocking their view. Yet, with fidelity improvements, options for brightness level and location, and added instrument panel data, the HUD might finally make a debut in the family car in the next few years.

Imagine a windshield that allows you to see through roof pillars, highlights upcoming turns, and even identifies the closest cafe. Or instead of following tedious navigation directions, you can follow a holographic "ghost car" projected in front of you.

This is the future of head-up displays (HUDs). These systems are not just for show and convenience; they're designed to enhance safety. At 70 mph, you travel the length of a car in the time it takes to glance at your gauges. A lot can happen in that brief time.

"Our ultimate aim is to reduce road accidents and enhance the urban driving experience," said Dr. Wolfgang Epple, Director of Research and Technology, Jaguar Land Rover, who recently demonstrated the "ghost car" concept. "If we can keep the driver's eyes on the road and present information in a non-distracting way, we can help drivers make better decisions in the most demanding and congested driving environments."

Make and receive calls without even touching your phone. See who’s calling — and reply or dismiss calls by swipes, or by remote dial on the steering wheel. Simply say who to call — and keep driving with both hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

Have HUDWAY Drive read the incoming messages for you or swipe to dismiss and read later. Or — just call back. It's anyway better than texting behind the wheel.

Augment your driving with extra information, like current speed and speed limit, RPM, fuel level, weather info, distance left, or estimated arrival time

Imagine a windshield that allows you to see through roof pillars, highlights upcoming turns, and even identifies the closest cafe. Or instead of following tedious navigation directions, you can follow a holographic "ghost car" projected in front of you.

This is the future of head-up displays (HUDs). These systems are not just for show and convenience; they're designed to enhance safety. At 70 mph, you travel the length of a car in the time it takes to glance at your gauges. A lot can happen in that brief time.

"Our ultimate aim is to reduce road accidents and enhance the urban driving experience," said Dr. Wolfgang Epple, Director of Research and Technology, Jaguar Land Rover, who recently demonstrated the "ghost car" concept. "If we can keep the driver's eyes on the road and present information in a non-distracting way, we can help drivers make better decisions in the most demanding and congested driving environments."


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