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ZF - Highway Driving Assist Table Modern automobiles are equipped with a variety of sensors and components for automated driving. The Highway Driving Assist Table was created so that enthusiasts and trade show guests could play with these functions to their hearts’ content, and check out their many uses.

It recreates a section of highway, where the user can place 3D printed vehicles and set them in motion. These vehicles are tracked and, depending on the evaluated traffic data, initiate explanatory animations and sample videos. Special appeal: the road beneath the vehicles is, at the same time, the display, combined with a pre-installed gantry, so that interactive content about the ZF Driving Assist System can be viewed on a total of five touch screens.


Las Vegas, Detroit, Shanghai and Hanover – due to great response, the showcase has already been presented many times. A truck version was also developed in 2016.

Nostalgic memories of childhood Carrera race tracks intentional!

colorsound, Tuesday, Jan 24th 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~14h ago

joreg: another release candidate is out for the weekend: beta36-release-candidate #vvvv please test and report!

~2d ago

microdee: I realized that I will just do those updates on separate branches, Still stay tuned...

~2d ago

microdee: I'm making mp.* packs CI and release friendly. Meanwhile vpm downloads might not work with them for a bit. Stay tuned...

~2d ago

~3d ago

karistouf: thank you joreg

~3d ago

joreg: good to hear!

~3d ago

Xini: the old problem was the renderer on a second screen freezing when fullsize, under certain conditions which i can't remember now...

~3d ago

Xini: @joreg now i got hold of a projector and i tested, should be fine! :D @joreg

~4d ago

joreg: i'm not exactly sure what "old problem" you're talking about. have you tested if it still exists?

~4d ago

Xini: tx @joreg . Do you think it's better for me to install a 32bit version of vvvv, or is there another workaround for that old problem?