Panasonic with Nissan has developed jointly a electronic mirror for driver safety.
It enables image definition enhancement for better visibility at night and control of a flicker phenomenon caused by the LED lamps of vehicles behind. This development was adopted for Nissan KICKS, an SUV released to the Japanese and Thai market this year.
The electronic mirror uses a 2-megapixel camera and a high-resolution display coupled with a image processing technology to ensure “superior” image definition and nighttime visibility.
This development has the following main features.
1. Achieving high definition images to reduce the driver’s burden
2. Enhancing visibility at night and controlling LED flicker from vehicles behind
3. Adopting a frameless mirror with superior design
The camera fitted inside the rear window that reduces blind spots and unlike conventional inner mirrors, fellow passengers and situations inside the car are not reflected and there is no obstruction of rearward visibility.
Panasonic Corporation is a company that develops of diverse electronics technologies and solutions for customers in the consumer electronics, housing, automotive, and B2B businesses.