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Windscreen Monitor / Full-Rear-View Monitor

Windscreen Monitor
Windscreen Monitor

Driving mirrors have blind-spots and when at night or rainy days, the visibility is very restricted. Full-Rear-View-Windscreen Monitor comprises two parts: windscreen display and micro-cameras installed on the car’s roof and sideways. It captures the images of the traffic around the vehicle and displays the images on the upper part of the windscreen. With the advanced image processing technology, the cameras can still take images in low-light conditions, such as rainy days or at night. Therefore, Full-Rear-View-Windscreen Monitor can replace traditional driving mirrors to provide better visibility and driving safety.

University

Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Design

Ho-Tzu (River) Cheng

Ho-Tzu (River) Cheng
London, United Kingdom

Wanyu (Olive) Lee