To show this very clever system in operation, Ford has released a video that shows just how much it could mean for making the world more accessible and inclusive for those with seriously impaired vision.
To help the visually impaired to be able to enjoy the views outside the vehicle, Ford has cooked up something it describes as a prototype smart auto window.
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Marco Alu Saffi, from Ford Italy, said: "We seek to make people's lives better and this was a fantastic opportunity to help blind passengers experience a great aspect of driving". They've done so via a piece of technology they call "Feel The View".
A camera attached to the auto will take photos of the view outside and then convert them into high-contrast monochrome images. Indeed, the only clue that it isn't a regular pane of glass is the Feel the View box at the top of the window that includes the button you press to capture a scene. By feeling the image, a visually impaired person can mentally recreate the view outside. "The technology is advanced, but the concept is simple - from rolling hills to mountain ranges, views make any road trip memorable".
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Developed by Ford's Italian agency GTB Roma, the prototype technology transforms the surface of a auto window into a tactile display.
Each shade of gray on the window vibrates at a different intensity, allowing blind passengers to visualize the landscape through touch. At the same time, a vocal assistant connected to the Ford car's audio system helps contextualize the image with a description.
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