McLaren mulling 3D holographic displays for faster designing of supercars
McLaren, the Formula One racing group that is attempting to flex its muscles in road cars, vows to build machines that will leave the likes of Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin in the dust.
And this requires the company to move faster than its rivals to adopt the latest advancements in computer graphics technology for designing its supercars, according to its design director Frank Stephenson.
In a recent interview with The Korea Times, Stephenson said that early next year McLaren will become the first carmaker to fully integrate three dimensional (3D) holographic displays in the design process, converting yet another sci-fi dream into reality.
(Source: The Korea Times)