Audi has created Europe’s largest tunnel for the headlights test

April 19, 2015 at 5:39 pm

Audi has created Europe’s largest photometric tunnel. Its length is 120 meters. Construction is used to test lighting cars.
In the tunnel, this was identical to cover with the usual expensive floor and black matte walls, tested, for example, adaptive main beam and a variety of driver assistance systems, operating on the basis of cameras. Construction with laser laboratory is located at the automaker’s 11-story headquarters of Audi in Ingolstadt.

Audi laser headlights picture

Audi laser headlights pics

Audi has recently repeatedly showed new developments in lighting for vehicles. Updated A8 sedan was the first model of the brand with matrix headlamps. Each of the 25 washers are used in four-door car LED-elements assembled in groups of five. While driving with high beam car electronics detects traveling to meet the car on and off individual diodes, so as not to dazzle the driver.

Audi laser headlights pics

Audi laser headlights image

In mid-2014 the Germans showed R8 supercar with laser lights, and in 2013 it was reported that the automaker together with Phillips, the corporation Merck KGaA, the company Automotive Lighting, Technical University of Darmstadt and the University of Cologne has developed the world’s first three-dimensional optics of organic light emitting diodes (OLED ).

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