In Las Vegas, at the January CES 2016, carmaker BMW will present a concept called the Vision Car. Since the event is not a car, and on the achievements in the field of electronics, and impress the audience with the Bavarians intend innovation. The main feature in the interior of the car BMW will display three-dimensional gesture recognition system AirTouch.
The company released the first image of the new prototype that aims to demonstrate how will look the interior of the cars of the future. One of the key features of the prototype is a three-dimensional gesture control. It allows the driver to control the multimedia and navigation system without the use of buttons or switches.
Sensors that recognize the gestures AirTouch, located near the dashboard Vision Car. To control functions of the multimedia system to the driver or passenger is enough to bring the hand to the area located between the Central console and cabin rear view mirror.
Using hand movements in the BMW Vision Car you can flip through pages and to choose a submenu. In addition, the prototype is equipped with an additional system of choosing one or another function. The rim of the steering wheel and the armrest on right front door allow for selection of any mode by tapping on them. In this case, if the system allows you to make this choice at the moment, rim and armrest will be highlighted.
Although the description of the “interface future” until that ends, for sure, this is not the only thing that will be capable of a future concept. It is a pity only that in this case what will be the BMW Vision Car in technical terms, alas, not reported.
System control gestures have on the series cars of BMW. This function got a sedan 7-Series last generation. In the seventh movement of hands you can change the volume of the music to take an incoming call or to confirm the route Navigator.