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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Clemson University Develops Interactive Display


At the 2011 SEMA Show's Vehicle Technology Center, Joshua Ekandem, a student at Clemson Univers
ity, demonstrates an interactive display for the CU-ICAR, a research and development project at Clemson. Studies by students and a psychologist have dircovered that different ages have preferences for display & interaction.

Joshua is developing designs for the interface that will be intuitive & customizable by the driver, yet not contribute to driver distraction. Programming is being developed that will give presets on display preferences for various drivers.

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