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Friday, April 18, 2014

Car concept with a Virtual Transparent Hood technology

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept has a range of sophisticated equipment, one of which is "transparent hood". By "transparent hood", the driver can see the road in front of the vehicle hood closed, as was in the front seat of the no-nosed car.

The transparent hood technologies using multiple cameras in the front grille. Picture of the machine shown below to sophisticated windshield, which could serve as a screen. And look at it under the hood and connect with the original sights on the windshield.
Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept car. (Picture from: http://www.digitaltrends.com/)
This feature is most useful when facing off-road, the driver does not need to remove the head from the side glass to the terrain looked ahead, or ask a passenger got out and gave instructions (spotter).
Transparent Bonnet technology that installed on Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept car effectively makes the hood look invisible, revealing the terrain it normally blocks from the driver’s view as well as the direction the front wheels are currently facing. (Picture from: http://www.geek.com/)
Its windshield, side glass, rear glass, and panoramic moon roof Concept Vision Discovery using "Smart Glass". Not only serves as a touch screen on a smartphone, all that glass could turn dark or glow illuminating the interior. Panoramic moon roof it can display images like a screensaver.
Left side view of Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept car. (Picture from: http://www.digitaltrends.com/)
Screens are located in different parts of the interior, including the steering wheel, the center dashboard, as well as on the back of the front seats are intended for rear passengers. Discovery Vision consists of three rows of seats for seven passengers.
Rear view of Land Rover’s Discovery Vision Concept car. (Picture from: http://www.digitaltrends.com/)
The main light using a laser that illuminates the front of up to 300 feet ahead and automatically adjusts the light for vehicles coming from the opposite direction. When faced with off-road, the laser scanner in the fog lamps will perform its functions; conditions in front of the screen is scanned and displayed in HD quality.

If the face of extreme off-road terrain, the driver can get out of the vehicle and then brings Terrain Response which is in the center console. Furthermore, this car also uses Wi-Fi connectivity, the driver can control the vehicle from the outside, with a very slow rate. The system was named All-Terrain Progress Control and can use a smartphone or tablet that is already paired.
More sophistication is the "Wade Aid" which measures the depth of a hole or water so that the vehicle does not get stuck. There are various drive settings, but perhaps the most unusual setting for passing the gate because the driver does not need to be in and out of the vehicle to open and close the gate. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORAUTHORITY]
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