Date of Award
Thesis - SCU Access Only
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2017.
Despite many cars having built-in navigation systems, many people still turn to their smartphone when it comes to on-board navigation. Unfortunately, such smartphone use leads to distracted driving and increases the likelihood of an accident occurring. We are developing an adaptable heads-up display aimed at keeping a driver’s eyes on the road while still presenting them with turn-by-turn directions as well as other relevant information such as current speed. Since our system is fully adaptable, it can be easily retrofitted into any vehicle. This feature presents the potential to make heads-up display technology more accessible to more drivers as well as the potential to expand beyond the automotive market.
Khodi, Ryan; Nakagawa, Ryan; and Pingel, Brian, "Research and Development of Adaptable Heads-up Display" (2017). Computer Science and Engineering Senior Theses. 88.