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Driving while watching hologram...It's not the future, it's the reality.

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Through this year's CES, devices and technologies that can be used while driving a car at any moment through convergence of state-of-the-art ICT (Information Communication Technology) met with consumers.

Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors and Swiss company Wayay introduced the world's first car navigation device through cooperation 사다리사이트 on the 8th (local time). Waylay is the world's best technology company in hologram augmented reality field. We have been working with Hyundai since September, and at the CES, we introduced the Hologram-type Navigation on the Genesis G80. Hologram navigation is a state-of-the-art navigation that displays information such as speed, direction, departure, and collision warning of cars with a width of 310mm and a length of 130mm. When I first experienced this, I felt that the driver was displaying this information on the road 15 meters in front of the vehicle. Information that was introduced was much more visual and dimensional than normal displays. 

"The Hologram navigation is about 70 percent complete, and we are currently working on making the image clearer and smoother," said CEO Vitali Ponomarev of Werey. It is heard that Hyundai Motor Company is planning to install this device for the first time in the world. 

Mercedes-Benz, who participated in the CES and introduced high-tech technologies over the past few years, introduced the new car as a major exhibit. This is the first time that Benz has introduced its new mass-produced cars at CES, rather than cutting-edge technologies such as self-driving cars. Due to this reason, industries are pointing out that Benz also introduced its new car to CES in the hope of selling it. "This time, we wanted to announce the technologies that we developed and applied to automobiles," said Ola Calenius Benz, head of research and development in the passenger sector. The new CLA, which was unveiled at the CES, was lit up when they took their hands to pick up coins dropped on the passenger seat. Hyundai Mobis's facial recognition technology, which was introduced on the same day by the company, was also evaluated as being able to use. A camera installed on a dashboard of a car captures a driver's facial expressions and reads 7 emotions such as 'joyful' and 'sad' through Deep Learning-based AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology. This technology allows drivers to recommend "rests" through monitors or automatically release "smooth music" if they are angry and driven rough. 

Kia Motors also unveiled the "R.E.A.D," an emotional response system that instantly transmits information necessary for safe driving, by recognizing the state of the driver's emotions with facial expressions and heartbeat.

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