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BMW i Inside Future Concept Unveiled (Amazing Photos and Unique Features)

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What do you see for the future of automobiles? That’s a question BMW’s been asking itself for quite some time now as it tries to transition into the future of automotive mobility. BMW needs to adapt to survive. So it’s developed and debuted the BMW i Inside Future

BMW’s i Inside Future sculpture is a new and innovative interior design that imagines the cockpit as a sort of room with separate zones for passengers to do as they please. The minimalistic design is clearly an evolution of what we’ve seen in the BMW i3 and brings an open airiness to the cabin that looks and feels futuristic. It’s also packed with technology from the future, but it’s not in your face. It’s sort of in the background, allowing the interior to feel uncluttered and relaxing.

With the BMW i Inside Future sculpture, the interior has become more of a living space for connected passengers. With autonomous capabilities, passengers would be able to read a book or even watch a movie or television show while the car is in motion.

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Increased connectivity will allow for passengers to have every device, whether it be a smart phone, tablet or smart watch, connected to the car. Instead of a tradition dashboard with the instrument binnacle in front of the driver, a cutting-edge widescreen display will stretch across the entire width of the dashboard, in front of both driver and passenger. 

One of the most fascinating parts of this new BMW i Inside Future sculpture is the HoloActive Touch. With what is essentially a free-floating, virtual screen next to the steering wheel, the HoloActive Touch is a Gesture Control on steroids. So you basically “touch” points on this screen that isn’t physically there and your inputs are recognized by a high-sensitivity camera watches for where your fingertip “touches” the screen. It then uses a discreet ultrasonic source to emit pulses at the fingertip of the driver to correspond with the input, as well as visual and audible recognitions of the input. So, for the first time ever, the driver can receive haptic feedback on a touchscreen without any physical touching actually happening.

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See Related Post: Top 9 BMW Concept Cars That Were Not Mass Produced (Photos)

Credit bmwblog

 

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