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Intel partners Warner Bros to make self-driving car rides fun

Intel is said to be creating a first-of-its-kind proof-of-concept car to demonstrate what entertainment in the vehicle could look like.

  • Published: November 30, 2017 1:40 PM IST
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Intel has entered into an agreement with entertainment company Warner Bros to develop in-cabin “immersive experiences” such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) for people riding in autonomous cars of the future. Also Read - Airtel introduces 5GforBusiness initiative to demonstrate 5G use cases to business

Announcing the partnership at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said that autonomous driving is “today’s biggest game changer”, offering a new platform for innovation from in-cabin design and entertainment to life-saving safety systems. Also Read - Best gaming laptops you can get under Rs 80,000 in October 2021: Asus, HP, Dell, more

“Called the AV (autonomous vehicle) Entertainment Experience, we are creating a first-of-its-kind proof-of-concept car to demonstrate what entertainment in the vehicle could look like in the future,” Krzanich said. The vehicle will showcase the potential for entertainment in an autonomous driving world, Intel said. Also Read - Intel launches 12th Gen Alder Lake chips: Core i9-12900K claimed to be world’s best gaming processor

With the rise of the AV industry and as passengers shift from being drivers to riders, their connected-device time, including video-viewing time, is set to increase. “Not only do we see passengers consuming content ranging from movies and television programming, we imagine riders enjoying immersive experiences never seen before, courtesy of in-cabin virtual reality and augmented reality innovations,” Krzanich said.

“For example, a fan of the superhero Batman could enjoy riding in the Batmobile through the streets of Gotham City, while AR capabilities render the car a literal lens to the outside world, enabling passengers to view advertising and other discovery experiences,” the Intel CEO added.

But more than enjoying the ride, the autonomous systems, which Intel believes are the logical extension of seat belts, air bags and anti-lock braking systems, are about reducing driving-related fatalities, the company said.

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  • Published Date: November 30, 2017 1:40 PM IST



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