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Apple applied for a patent for a windshield to AR display screen to display vehicle information yesterday, foreign media reported that Apple currently applied for a new patent related to cars. The front windshield of the car will be turned into an augmented reality display screen, which can display navigation calls, vehicle information, etc

in June last year, cook publicly admitted that Apple was developing the auto drive system, and apple has also applied for a number of patent technologies related to cars. This patent application was published on August 1. Patent details display this is an augmented reality windshield display system, also known as head up display, which displays some information on the windshield in the way of augmented reality

although this patent turns the windshield into an AR display screen, it will not affect the realization of the automobile driver. Its information will be displayed on the glass in a transparent way, and the driver can see it without (6) bending the toothed rod, which may also improve the driving safety to a certain extent

in response to this patent, apple said that it could provide information on vehicle speed, driving environment, etc. on the glass, and would also wipe out the advantages and value of aluminum alloy cables. It could provide relevant information to other vehicles

however, to realize this plan, many external sensors and other equipment are required to provide corresponding data, including visible light camera, infrared camera, speed of light scanning, ultrasonic sensor, audio sensor, depth camera, radar, position detection equipment, etc

in addition to the display of vehicle speed, driving environment and other relevant information, it is understood that Apple's technology also supports drivers of different vehicles to make video calls through FaceTime. In addition, if the driver's mood is unstable, it can also be detected by polysulfone PSF or PSU, and the driver's mood will be stabilized through corresponding adjustment

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