Multigraphic projection display

  • 11-Jan-2012 10:08 EST

TRW Automotive Holdings’ patented multigraphic rear projection display allows different symbols to appear on a surface in the same physical space at different times. By using multigraphic rear projection display and capacitive touch sensing, TRW offers vehicle owners the ability to control a variety of vehicle functions quickly and easily. A primary example is a keypad entry system that allows a vehicle owner access to a vehicle through a security code even if they do not have their car keys. This previously one-dimensional keypad only featured numbers for punching in the code, but with multigraphic display options the keypad can instantly offer the choice to control other functions such as trunk access, interior lights, power windows, and more.

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