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Vehicle Windshield Hardware Integration
Would it be possible to integrate the Windows Hololens hardware technology into a vehicle's windshield and existing eagle eye scanner system?
If so this could allow for GPS/Navigation systems to be viewed in real time interaction on the road, while in autopilot. Or you could replace billboards with user or vehicle customized advertising along the interstate. Or it could be linked back to police car license plate database to scan and show warrants, vehicle speeds, or stolen vehichles while driving. Or you can show lane lines and get rid of painted highway lines, which would allow for lane change to redirect traffic during evacuations or around traffic. You can also use it to change speed limit signs, due to inclement weather. Another application could be used in uber cars to scan for facial recognition to show passengers waiting for pickup.
Please share your ideas. Also someone with money, please create this and partner with Tesla.