As technology companies continue to move forward with autonomous vehicles, the vision of Nissan's future of self-driving automobiles lies in a co-operative human-machine experience facilitated by augmented reality.
At CES 2019 Officially Kickt Starting this week, Nissan will be presenting its augmented reality concept called Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) via an interactive 3D experience at its booth in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center present.
The concept system would merge integrated sensor data with information from Nissan's AR cloud to map a virtual environment around the vehicle. In the short term, Nissan provides the system as a driver assistant. I2V allows passengers to visualize the performance of a self-driving car in real time.
"By seeing the invisible, I2V boosts your self-confidence and makes driving more enjoyable," said Tetsuro Ueda, a team member of the Nissan Research Center, in a statement, "The interactive features create an experience that's at your fingertips