Nissan’s freaky AR concept would project friends in your car, make it look sunny outside


Nissan calls it Invisible-to-Visible, or I2V technology, but you can call it creepy. 

The company wants to project the “invisible” virtual world onto car windshields and windows. The tech isn’t ready now. Instead, through a VR headset next week at CES in Las Vegas, Nissan will show off its concept to demonstrate what’s possible in future cars, especially self-driving vehicles. 

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Using information from sensors and cameras inside and outside of the car, paired with data stored in the cloud, the I2V tech shows a “mixed reality” world: some of it is really there but some of it is augmented reality (AR). Read more…

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