Learn more about in-car 3D Gestures at AutoGuide.comThere could be a revolutionary new way to control the accessories in your car, but some of the biggest automakers in the world disagree on whether or not it will be worthwhile.
At the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Volkswagen showed off its Golf R Touch concept, a vehicle that featured no buttons or switchgear. Instead, everything is controlled by touch screens and 3D gestures.
“Volkswagen’s display and control concepts are designed to create a platform that is easier and more intuitive to operate,” Volkswagen spokesman Darryll Harrison said. “The Golf R Touch concept is a fully functional vehicle that Volkswagen used to highlight the potential next generation of in-car technology by utilizing expanded proximity sensors, infrared, cameras and other innovations.”