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Lee Beckwith Projected Path Vehicular Augmented Reality
Projected Path Vehicular Augmented Reality is Iron Design Award winner in 2012 - 2013 Idea Design Award Category.
Projected Path Vehicular Augmented Reality

Turning across traffic at intersections is a disproportionately dangerous maneuver because an error in judgment can result in a head-on collision. People have trouble perceiving the correct speed of oncoming traffic because humans cannot accurately judge the speed of objects going directly towards it. This design uses an augmented reality heads-up display to show the Projected Path of cars, which is where it will be in the next 3 seconds. The faster the car goes, the longer the path. Drivers can now confidently turn across traffic when there are no red paths in the intersection.

Projected Path Vehicular Augmented Reality
Lee Beckwith Projected Path
Lee Beckwith Vehicular Augmented Reality
Lee Beckwith design
Lee Beckwith design
Honda Research Institute USA

We are a small multidisciplinary team working on advanced human-machine interfaces for automobiles. We take a human centered design approach to solve problems a driver may have and then use technology to implement solutions.