Nissan Introduces its Invisible-to-Visible technology concept at CES

Just when you thought Nissan Intelligent Mobility couldn’t get any better, Nissan introduced its Invisible-to-Visible technology concept at CES.

Car technology just keeps getting better each year. Invisible-to-Visible, also known as I2V, is a future vision for a vehicle that will help you "see the invisible" by merging both real and virtual worlds. According to Tetsuro Ueda, from the Nissan Research Centre, Invisible-to-Visible technology is effectively the interface that merges the data world and the real world. “It brings a new level of connectivity that connects cars to the metaverse,” he says.

Nissan claims I2V has many uses. For example, if it happens to be raining outside, the system could project an image of sunny weather inside the car. Another example is that drivers could receive training from driving coaches to help improve their skills. The technology could also warn drivers of upcoming hazards like poor visibility or irregular road surfaces, according to Nissan, or suggest alternate routes to get around traffic.

This technology isn’t available yet, but if you are interested in learning more about our vehicles in our inventory, we’d like to invite you down to Nissan World of Springfield for a test drive. We can’t wait to meet you soon!

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