WORLD IS STILL TRYING TO MAKE CARS LOOK ALIKE HELICOPTERS

WORLD IS STILL TRYING TO MAKE CARS LOOK ALIKE HELICOPTERS

THE WORLD IS STILL TRYING TO MAKE CARS LOOK LIKE HELICOPTERS. Cars, Helicopters, or Drone. I am still confused. Basically, Airbus, last year, announced a new concept about car-and-drone and the project called Pop. Up at the Geneva Motor Show. The project Pop. Up revolves around a small, Smart Car-sized monocoque (Airbus called it a “passenger capsule,”) that, they thought, could be used in multiple modes of transportation.




Now this year, Pop.Up is again back at the Geneva Motor Show with a completely refreshed, wonderful look. This year’s Pop.Up concept is built around a two-seater small Smart Car-sized monocoque. Airbus calls, Pop.Up new design car, the passenger capsule. The capsule, like a regular car, can ride along on a base of wheels and, with the help of a humongous drone module, raise into the air for vertical flight.
The modular capsules, interestingly, can also connect to each other in order to form a train-like vehicle. Pop.Up is back with a new look courtesy of Audi. The professional designers say that Audi is contributing its battery technology and automation know-how.

WORLD IS STILL TRYING TO MAKE CARS LOOK ALIKE HELICOPTERS

WORLD IS STILL TRYING TO MAKE CARS LOOK ALIKE HELICOPTERS

Three Parts:

At the Geneva Motor Show to present a Pop.Up vehicle, as a demo, Italdesign’s team collaborated with Airbus and Audi. Italdesign’s team explains at the motor show that system Pop.Up represents for the future a three-part vision.
The first part is an artificial intelligence which, “based on its driver’s knowledge, manages the complexity of traveling by offering alternative usage scenarios and also assuring a seamless experience of traveling.” Importantly, the second part is the travel module itself and its air and ground-perfect attachments. And the last and third part is a user interface that “dialogues with users in a fully virtual environment.” That’s amazing technology. What good hardware and software.
President of Italdesign and  Audi board member Sir Bernd Martens says that Pop.Up Next is an ambitious vision that could completely and permanently change our urban life in the future World. The new version is certainly more unique and stylish than the original one, and through the vastness of the four propellers hanging overhead of the Pop.Up maintained an air of the ludicrous about it.
Pop.up Next system is significantly lighter than the first concept of Pop.Up, and the cabin has been completely and purely reimagined. A curved screen that stretches from pillar to pillar is a screen of 49-inch.
The important fact is that interaction between humans and the Pop.Up machine is performed by face recognition and speech, a touch function, and eye-tracking. This is really handy because it is given the total lack of simple car accessories like a steering wheel, pedals, or any other manual or physical controls.
But there is no demand for a Pop.Up vehicle because of whole lack of infrastructure or regulatory allowances. So the main function of this Pop.Up machine or car is to explore the possibilities of the future, specifically like the technology of batteries improves, cars get smarter and new ways for the manufacturers to design different types of cars in future. And the most important is to indulge those childhood sketches and fantasies that every designer of cars has hidden away in a treasure chest somehow and somewhere. For more information visit our website moonlightforall.com

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