The head-up display reduces driver distraction and increases driver safety.

A head-up display (HUD) shows information exactly where you need it – directly in the line of sight. Drivers get all the important information such as speed, warning signals and indicator arrows for navigation without looking down to the instrument cluster or the secondary display. In the case of a windscreen head-up display drivers see a virtual image, but not as a flat, static picture on the windshield, but rather, as “floating” over the hood at a distance of about two meters. In the case of an Augmented Reality Head-up Display the information of the windshield HUD is enriched with a layer of information right on the street in front of the car. With the Combiner HUD the installation volume is reduced significantly, because instead of the windshield a small, transparent plastic disc is used as a mirror for the information shown.
For Continental the HUD represents a key technology for its holistic approach for the human-machine-interface which will lead to a dialogue without words between the driver and his vehicle.

  • Windshield HUD
    Windshield HUD

    Continental has a broad portfolio of head-up displays.

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    The DMD HUD with its digital micro mirror device technology paves the way towards the AR-HUD.

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  • Augmented-Reality HUD
    Augmented-Reality HUD

    In the near future augmented reality head-up displays will help to make driving even more comfortable and safe.

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  • Waveguide HUD
    Waveguide HUD

    Ultra thin Augmented Reality Head-up-Displays.

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