Delphi previews eye-pleasing 3D gauge and infotainment screens ahead of CES reveal
Hi we're here with Delphi's vice president for engineering and program management, Mary Gustanski.
And we are In a buck for the multi layer display which they'll be showing at CES and she's going to tell us a little bit about it.
So, last year we had our multi layer display showcased in a red Mustang.
But, it was centered and focused on the instrument cluster, what the driver sees.
What we've done for this year's CES is we've expanded that multi layer display capability to not only the center stack but we've added a little satellite display as well.
So you might say, what is multi-layered display?
There's two pieces of glass, and the two pieces of glass have a gap between them, giving [UNKNOWN] effect.
And so what it allows the graphic to do is really pop out important features and the functionality to the driver or to the passenger So you'll notice that as a passenger you can actually interact with he center stack or the specialty display without having any distortion.
So what we've done is we've reduced the gap between the pieces of glass to minimize that distortion, make it readable for the passenger.
For the driver now, they get the ultra experience and have the wider gap distance so they can really have that 3D effect.
It looks fantastic.
I mean, in a lot of car nowadays and a lot of the images are really flat but this has a ton of depth and super sharp.
The other thing s, it'll be a touch screen and it will denote when you actually you touch and what you selected.
So that you might find in some of the vehicles as you're maneuvering through the menus you're not sure if you selected a feature you want You might even end up someplace where you don't wanna be.
This allows a better user interaction for both the passenger as well as the driver.