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Head-up displays, or HUDs, put information in the driver’s line of sight to cut down on risky distractions. Some of them do so on the windshield, while others do it on a different screen.
Speed and other fundamental dashboard readings were displayed on the first head-up display. Since then, technology has advanced significantly, and many new automobile models now come standard with HUDs.
Now, augmented reality (AR) devices are superseding head-up displays as the new standard. They guarantee to increase both the comfort and security of driving. An augmented reality head-up display overlays the information over what you are actually seeing in the real world so that it appears to be a part of the driving situation itself.
Digital dashboards are taking the place of mechanical ones, the centre console is evolving into a large touch-screen, and additional screens are sprouting throughout the vehicle to provide information and entertainment for the passengers.
Digital side-view mirrors are increasingly being used in place of traditional side-view mirrors as display sizes rise. This requires displays to blend in with the interior of the vehicle and complement other elements, such the A-pillar.
The Canada EV display market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At SID Display Week, TCL CSOT, a pioneer in the development of technologies and advances in the display sector, displayed its flagship products and cutting-edge technologies.
The TCL CSOT company showcased its 8K 1G1D technology, smart commercial display, flexible OLED display, Mini LED technology, breakthrough LTPS display, and industry-leading advanced concept products at SID Display Week.
Additionally, TCL CSOT displayed the first 8″ 360° folding screen in the world with Pol-less technology, combining the most advanced foldable screen and 360° Stress-free self-compensating hinge technologies. In order to achieve inner (R1.5)-outer (R6) folding and smoother switching, Pol-less module technology is used.
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