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Student designs Lamborghini concept using Augmented Reality

13 July 2016

Tomasz Prygiel, student from the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Italy has designed the Lamborghini LV 426 concept; how he imagines the Lamborghini of the future.

Image courtesy of Tomasz Prygiel

The Lamborghini LV 426 – an Alien film reference – takes vehicle design to the next level. Prygiel’s concept does away with conventional windows, instead projectors and screens replace the side windows and windshield. Seeing as the design features no windows, an array of sensors and 360° cameras enable the passenger to drive autonomously as they feed screens inside the car and improve visibility. The inside screens also offer drivers an amazing augmented reality experience, allowing them to race against virtual opponents. The exterior screen can display almost anything from maps to messages in all sorts of colours. 

This design offers limitless augmented reality possibilities for the future of automotive design. At this moment in time it is an unofficial Lamborghini concept. 

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