Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Though I am not sure how useful this would be to me I can definitely see the appeal behind the concept.  According to their site, Light Touch™ is an interactive projector that instantly transforms any flat surface into a touch screen. It frees multimedia content from the confines of the small screen, allowing users to interact with that content just as they do on their hand held devices – using multi-touch technology.  Dopeness huh? 

But wait, there's more...has anyone else ever almost been in an accident trying to look at their GPS?  Or how about wanting to check your speed and finding yourself way to close to somebody's bumper.  Check this out...

With HLP™, vital information such as speed, road warnings and GPS information is displayed at an apparent distance of 2.5 meters from the driver’s eyes. The display appears to be floating off the end of the vehicle’s bonnet, reducing the need for drivers to shift their focus from the road ahead.

HLP™ steers light to exactly where it’s needed, so the display is extremely bright and easily readable, even in the strongest sunlight. HLP™ is always in focus, enabling the integration of software applications that augment the display with the actual road scene so hazard warnings appear closer as the hazard approaches. The technology is even compact enough to be integrated into a rear-view or wing mirror, presenting critical information on blind spots and stopping distances.

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