[YesAuto Industry] On May 16th, Visteon, a supplier of automotive digital dashboards, officially announced that its first holographic digital dashboard (3D i-Cockpit@) has been installed on the new Peugeot 208. It is understood that the holographic image digital instrument panel is based on the “3D Blade” concept created by the cooperation between Visteon and Peugeot. Visteon said that this instrument panel technically uses the principle of reflection to create 3D graphics images.
In this holographic image digital instrument panel, a high-resolution 10.25-inch LCD screen is used as the “background”, and a 7-inch projection semi-reflective blade is used as the “foreground”, and a depth of about 15 mm can be displayed between the “foreground” and the “background”. 3D images. In terms of display function, the dashboard on the Peugeot 208 can display information including speed and warnings, and can also project a 3D animation moving from the “foreground” display to the “background” display in the advanced driving assistance mode.
As early as 2018, Visteon and PSA Group had in-depth cooperation on innovative dashboards. The first digital dashboard developed by Visteon for PSA Group was also installed on the DS 3 CROSSBACK model. Compared with general AR and VR stereo imaging technologies, 3D holographic imaging technology avoids the inconsistency between the focal length felt by the user and the actual focal length, and can also attract the attention of users. Visteon believes that how to avoid driver energy distraction has always been a challenge in the automotive industry, and the use of 3D technology can increase the depth of perception and display of human-computer interaction interfaces, making it easier for drivers to capture key vehicle information. In the next few years, Peugeot's models will also be equipped with a variety of instrument panels, and the 3D instrument panel on the Peugeot 208 is the first product.