Augmented Reality in the Vehicle

Augmented Reality in the Vehicle

Augmented reality tech is currently trickling down through the automotive industry, and will grow substantially during this decade.  Those designing AR systems have to strike a firm balance between natural, immersive visuals and retaining driver focus on the road. 

This talk will explore current industry progress in design methodologies and technological research, as well as explore the process of generating high and low fidelity prototypes, heads-up displays, and field testing.

Speaker: 

Victor Ng-Thow-Hing (Honda)

(LinkedIn), @DigitalMonkey

Victor Ng-Thow-Hing received the MSc and PhD degrees in computer science in 1994 and 2001, respectively, from the University of Toronto, where he was a member of the Dynamics Graphics Project Lab. He is currently a research scientist at the Honda Research Institute in Mountain View, California. Previous research includes work in 3-D muscle modeling, digital human modeling, and computational paleontology. Victor's work on Honda's humanoid robot includes developing autonomous high-level tasks, multi-modal gesture and attention-based communication interfaces and designing software architectures for robots specializing in human-robot interaction. Recently, Victor is focusing on exciting new automotive interfaces including natural user interaction and augmented reality windshields.


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  • Andee N.

    Just very inspiring... Thank you very much for hosting this such wonderful event. I am just a currently a student. The purpose of attending the meeting is to learn something new. However, I believe I got more than that!

    1 · August 13

  • Eunice

    It is even cooler when scientists talk about design thinking. I am always fascinated by his honest experience of embracing experimentation. Thanks again Victor for the insightful presentation. I look forward to the next great progress! And thanks Charles and Jeff for the great session. Pls keep it going!

    3 · August 13

  • D M.

    Thoroughly enjoyed the presentation. Compared to some of the other meetups I go to, I always enjoy the no nonsense, no food, no subliminal product pitching, let's try to learn something spirit of this meetup.

    4 · August 13

  • Victor N.

    Thanks to all who attended. Remember to check out our job postings at: www.honda-ri.com and go to the USA tab.

    August 12

  • A former member
    A former member

    Very interesting topic. I wish you guys can push it into market soon.

    August 12

  • Alec D.

    Bummer here, too. Have to miss what looks like a really interesting presentation.

    August 12

  • Andee N.

    I am just currently a student at De Anza but really excited in car development. Might I be able to join this event ? I just want to learn something new.

    August 11

    • Victor N.

      Sure.. just drop by at HackerDojo...

      August 12

  • SGN

    Hi

    August 11

  • Victor N.

    Looking forward to meeting you all!

    August 11

  • Myles K.

    Bummer, would like to see this presentation, but the date conflicts with "holy week" (aka vintage car week in Monterey...Concorso Italiano, Rolex Historics, Pebble Beach Concours, etc.).

    July 21

  • leigh g.

    Hey Charles,

    if you still need the location to host your event please let me know. i also sent you a private email.

    Thanks,

    Leigh

    July 16

  • Charles H.

    Hi guys, just to clarify one more time, the date is still TBD. Will send out an announcement as soon as it's solid. Thanks for your patience :).

    July 16

  • Ian G.

    Any update on location?

    July 15

  • Bob C.

    Without a location, I will be heading to another meeting. :-(

    July 15

  • Victor N.

    Sorry, I had to cancel previously due to medical issues. I'm working with Charles to reschedule soon.

    July 8

  • Bruce A. M.

    Is it the date that's TBD - says 7/16 - or just the location, which is not given?

    1 · July 7

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