January 24, 2012
GM experiments with augmented-reality enabled read windows
Having vehicle windows double up as screens has been a long cherished dream in the world of automobiles and technology. General Motors recently pulled the veil off a rear-window for automobiles that doubles up as an augmented-reality screen. Windows like these could serve well for entertainment purposes as well as assisting you as you drive. GM’s Windows concept is more inclined towards keeping rear-seat passengers entertained; though putting this technology to wider use could also have manufacturers roll out cars with windscreens sporting similar capabilities, enabling drivers to keep tabs on various instrumentations as well as check up on directions and the like!