Driving virtually might not just be a video game kind of thing. Jaguar recently released their virtual widescreen technology. According to the car company, this would greatly help drivers in terms of project racing line and breaking guidance information.
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- It also foresees the technology aiding driver training, allowing drivers to perform manoeuvres around virtual cones and other obstacles.
- Jaguar Land Rover research and technology director Dr Wolfgang Epple said the Virtual Windscreen technology could enhance the brand’s behind-the-wheel experience and reduce driver distraction.
- The company has not announced when or if its Virtual Windscreen will make the leap to its production cars at this stage.