BOSCH 3D GLASS-FREE DISPLAY, Is Yet A New Dimension

BOSCH 3D GLASS-FREE DISPLAY TO BE AVAILABLE FOR IN-CAR USE

Bosch 3D Glass-Free Display

Bosch 3D glass-free display is the latest news from German auto giant ‘Bosch’, this came with the company’s announcement of developing a new technology that will enable Bosch to deploy 3D glass-free imaging in the future models of its in-car digital display tech. To visualize the effect of this 3D technology, the company, however, claims users wouldn’t need eyeglasses based on the use of passive 3D technology.

One unique feature of this 3D display is the non-availability of eye tracking, with Bosch 3D display aimed at offering an appreciable level of advantage from a 3D point of view, however, a huge success, and this is because a driver needs to stay focused while driving. Thus, 3D will provide easy-to-grasp information at a glance.

Reports from the company ‘Bosch’ suggests one practical reason they could do this right away is based on previous experience, currently, a lot of enhanced mobile computing has changed several things, giving enough room on what could be built, however, automakers are moving from the original point of tiny, cheap underpowered controller evenly distributed all over car tech units, but are pushing to a centralized powerful computer which could be updated easily and at a very rapid pace.

The reason behind Bosch 3D glass-free display according to the company spokesperson is to help drivers with a clearer view of the space they are working with, ensuring crucial notifications emerge when due with alluring graphics, providing amazing 3D views to drivers, while navigating – offer 3D representation on where and when to turn, however, would help get rid of numerous questions on the right place.

The technology will also entertain passengers, but until now the automaker ‘Bosch’ is yet to state when the technology will be accessible. Lastly, from here, I will say – Bosch 3D glass-free display is giving auto-dashboard a different look.

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