Augmented reality display technology is growing by leaps and bounds and has already been incorporated into the developer side of building autonomous vehicles.
But now, with the Cadillac Lyriq, GM’s upcoming next-gen electric SUV, we’re likely to see a user augmented reality display technology for mainstream users…
Now, we learned that the Cadillac Lyriq will also be equipped with a next-generation heads-up display (HUD).
Digital Trends reported on Envisics, a UK-based startup founded by an expert in holograms, and its latest AR-based head-up display:
What Envisics has developed is a headset-free, in-car holography system that aims to transform the way we view the road. How? By giving your car an AR overhaul more in line with the kind of HUD technology you’d ordinarily find in a fighter jet or a commercial aircraft worth many millions of dollars. Or, heck, an X-Wing.
The company confirmed that the next generation of its augmented reality HUD system is going to be in the Cadillac Lyriq.