Hyundai Mobis Develops OLED 6K Displays For Self-Driving Cars

 

According to BusinessKorea, Hyundai Mobis announced on May 22 that it had developed the world’s first variable display technology that can move up and down, optimized for autonomous vehicles.

Variable displays are also called rotating displays because their screen can be moved up and down. It is reported that the 34-inch large screen uses an ultra-high-resolution 6K OLED panel. And the 34-inch screen is currently a giant screen in automotive displays that require high quality, such as durability and reliability.

Hyundai Mobis Develops OLED 6K Displays For Self-Driving Cars

Hyundai Mobis developed this super-large screen as a multi-curved screen that can be bent in 3 stages from top to bottom. Hyundai Mobis explained that it improves the user’s visibility when looking at the screen and creates an aesthetic effect in terms of design.

Extending from the driver’s seat to the passenger’s seat, the display enables various content such as driving information, navigation, music and video. In an autonomous driving environment, the driver can enjoy personalized content across the entire screen. And if necessary, it swivels inside the driver’s seat, giving the driver a sense of openness as a small screen showing only a small amount of driving information. Even if the video is enormous during autonomous driving, it can be enlarged to full screen through a single screen. Touch and gesture recognition can control various content on display.

Hyundai Mobis expects that, through the development of this technology, it will gain an advantage in the market for next-generation automotive displays, which are increasingly in demand. According to reports, in developing this technology, Hyundai Mobis has applied for ten domestic and foreign patents in rotating display positioning technology, position control technology, and comprehensive cockpit design.

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Originally posted 2022-06-19 13:52:00.

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