New Headlamps Would Adjust To Raindrops, Snowflakes

December 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Car Safety

Some of the best new auto technologies recently developed include new headlamps that would be able to look between individual rain drops or snow flakes, which can be achieved with the camera sync system that would track the motion of the particles and allow the LED light sources to follow the movement by flashing on and off. The driver would perceive a continuous beam of light, which would make driving through a heavy downpour or even snowfall a much easier task.

Engineers are working on developing headlamps that would flash faster than 77 times per second to allow this technology to be employed in consumer-level vehicles.

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