Apple could be working on a new head up display technology for car windshields (HUD). This technology, currently used in aircraft and fighter jets, would project into the windshield of the car of the future notifications, messages or addresses. Have between 27 and 50 inches and work thanks to motion sensors although it seems the launch is not imminent. Lets talk about Apple’s new technology seems science fiction.

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Apple could be working on a new technology for head up display windshields of cars (HUD). This technology, currently used in aircraft and fighter jets, would project into the windshield of the car of the future notifications, messages or addresses.

The head up display for the car windshield Apple would of 27-50 inches and work thanks to motion sensors but its release would not be scheduled for an imminent future.

Apple is not the first brand that developed a similar technology, some manufacturers like BMW, Hyundai and Volvo have already submitted earlier this year display screens on the windshields of some models of their cars that warn if the driver exceeds the speed limit, if the music sounds, or if a fault is detected in the vehicle system.

The head up display for the car windshield Apple fans the rumors of the Recuperation are working to make their own autonomous model car. In fact there is talk of a possible collaboration with BMW to launch this project tuque so far none of the parties have refused to confirm anything.

The democratization of medical knowledge in society grows from the advent of the Internet, and applications in this area are some of the most commonly fed by technological benefits. So that the FDA (American Drug Agency, its acronym in Spanish) and the European Union take over two years to advance in the regulation of these apps. The US agency issued in 2013 a report with certain guidelines to be followed and He warned that it would review those that might endanger the patient. The European Union created, also makes a couple of years, a list of applications , according to its criteria, they were useful for patients. We speak of a digital ocean in which there are more than 100,000 apps in the Apple Health Store and Google Play Store, according to the latest report from Research2guidance .