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  Lighting - Matrix

A beautiful, impressive picture of a partially completed process of low beam light. This is exactly the point of a division (segmentation) of the light sources. In the course of the book, you have already experienced the incredible level of miniaturization at which we find ourselves. At the moment we have already reached over 1,000 with the best systems.

Apparently, they can not only be switched on and off individually if required, but also dim. This would be necessary, for example, to make traffic signs not only recognizable for the driver, but also to make them glare-free. Overall, there is now a much more differentiated picture of the cutouts. Overall, there is now a much more differentiated picture of the cutouts.

Allegedly only the head of a cyclist is supposed to be spared, so that here too the bicycle itself remains visible as possibly endangered. Of course you need at least one camera for this, often still mounted behind the inside mirror. With two eyepieces separated from each other, it can even 'see' three-dimensional.

Of course, it is difficult to coordinate the reflection directly at the LED chips, also known as primary optics, together with the lens, which all the light passes through, so that a uniform main light arises, so it is in no way inferior to the previous low or high beam. So sitting behind the steering wheel you shouldn't have by no means the feeling that it is composed of individual light sources.

It gets exciting when the laser light, which is permitted for a maximum range of 600 meters, is also added. This will then probably have to be switched off completely, e.g. if there is oncoming traffic. I wonder if it can ever be broken down into individual strands that can then be treated individually? In any case, the speed of adaptation with LED technology is already impressive.

According to the unanimous opinion of the experts, the laser is also the future in the motor vehicle. Some of the devices have now reached the size of cameras. This enables on-site testing, e.g. the quality of the concrete at a motorway bridge. Welding, cutting in the nano range, all no problem. Laser technology is almost more strongly assigned to electric mobility than to autonomous driving.

However, you can no longer separate the areas. After all, who wouldn't want to see that sensors can of course also be used for autonomous driving? In the video below you can see an application in the automotive sector. There, you will not only be able to admire the small size of the device. In addition, you should also focus on the calibration of the device.

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