CES 2019: WayRay holographic windshield tech will grace the Genesis G80
We're here on the floor of CES 2019 checking out way [UNKNOWN] 180 degree holographic AR demonstration.
Now what we've got behind me is this sort of cockpit that has a 180 degree glass screen.
And in front of us is this large 100 180 degree display that demonstrates and sort of simulates what you'd see out of the windshield of that vehicle.
Now what's cool is that each of the five segments of this cockpit has a large holographic heads up display and that gives you an augmented reality view of the world ahead of you.
So buildings on the horizons can have information displayed about them.
Or you can have weather information show up right over the weather conditions that you're experiencing on the road.
The demonstrator gives examples of how this technology can be used in boats, in planes, and in driving situations.
It's actually really cool, and we're looking forward to seeing technology like this on the road.
Now, we've seen Way Ray mentioned as a partner in the Hyundai Cradle technology incubator last night at their press conference.
And one of the things that we're going to see is this technology actually the road pretty soon.
They've announced a partnership with a genitive brand to bring this augmented reality technology to the next generation Genesis G-80.
Now, we were able to get a quick demo of it here, but we don't really know what that's going to look like when it hits the road, but we will find out sometime around the year 2020 or 2021 for the next Generation GAD comes out.
Check out the rest of our coverage at CEF 2019 for even more cool car technologies like this on theroadshow.com.
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