Head-up display, abbreviated as HUD, also called a flat-screen display system, is a driver-centric, blind-operated, multifunctional instrument panel.
HUD projects current speed, navigation and other information onto a photoelectric display on the windshield, forming an image in front of the glass. The driver can see the navigation and speed information without turning his head or looking down.
Car display is an important part of car audio and video system, it can receive car audio and video signals and playback on the display.
However, due to the special nature of the car system, the car display system often has other functions in addition to playing programs, such as automatically displaying the view behind the car when backing up to facilitate backing up. In addition, it may also come with other additional functions such as small speakers and small lighting. As the space inside the car is relatively small, when the car is driving the environment around the car changes a lot, so the car display device may also come with automatic backlight adjustment, anti-glare, automatic angle adjustment and other functions to adapt to the special characteristics of the car.
Instrument Panel
The instrument panel is a general term for the various indicator devices, ignition switches, etc., mounted in the driver's cab. It is mounted on the instrument panel or on the steering column as an accessory. The instrument panel assembly is like a window that reflects the operating status of the car's internal machinery at all times. At the same time it is the control center of some equipment and the object of decoration, and is the most attractive part of the cabin. The instrument panel assembly has both technical and artistic functions, and is one of the representatives of the whole car style.