Touch GPS Support: AT & T, Carnegy Mellon Investigated Haptic Feedback With Flyers
So many people ever use to GPS navigators tool, and the instructions of voice support us to focus vision and attention on the road, to ensure perfect safer driving. However these addresses can be somewhat “confused” for many users, and some studies say they may even distract the driver, even being as dangerous as looking away from the front to check the map. How to improve the system? here is AT & T laboratories presenting its latest technology based touch GPS navigator, Carnegy Mellon investigated Haptic feedback with flyers. It is best for driving. As strange as it sounds, this could be the answer that leads to the GPS navigation in the car to the next level. With 20 mini motors actuators that it will sends out “left” or “right” to the driver by small vibrations that travel through the inside of the wheel in the clockwise direction and vice versa, respectively.
Prior we have seen lots of latest technology based similar devices now the latest AT & T touch gps navigator is perfect. This response system “touch” is ready to work with traditional GPS units, along with voice instructions and the usual map. The system of haptic feedback investigated by AT & T and CMU also send messages through several types of vibration when another vehicle enters the blind spot of the car, or accidentally forget the clearance and circulate close to the vehicle in front. No other info are yet available. Would you like to it? Via