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Centrafuse Customized for the CES Visteon Booth - CES 2010

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by , 01-17-2010 at 01:47 PM (1725 Views)

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Visteon is using an Intel reference design made by Kongatec for their vehicle computing system. One of their demo computers is using Centrafuse and Microsoft Automotive. Centrafuse has been customized in terms of graphics and plugins to demonstrate internet connectivity to access information such as traffic, weather and Pandora. The plugins are currently prototypes and not for sale.

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not like ill ever be able to afford a car with one of those but did he say 2013? damn thats a long time away. :/
That's pretty rad. I can foresee some pretty cool applications with that

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Visteon demos a new display at CES 2010. The display provides a dashboard and the screen uses Immersion's haptics technology to provide feedback. The screen uses gesture control via spatial recognition. You can pass your hand by the screen and move it. This gesture technology should go to market in 2013.