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China Automotive Multimodal Interaction Development Market Research Report 2021: Gesture has Become the Third New Interaction Mode Behind Voice and Face | News

DUBLIN, Dec. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “China Automotive Multimodal Interaction Development Research Report, 2021” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com‘s offering.

This report combs through and summarizes the interaction modes of mainstream auto brands.

The current automotive human-computer interaction (HMI) is characterized by the following:

In terms of interaction modes, in addition to conventional interaction methods such as touch control, button and knob, voice and mobile phone have become favored options in automotive HMI. Moreover, face, gesture, and car lamp have also become popular interaction options. Some brands even have begun to try new interaction ways, such as eye tracking, voiceprint, and fingerprint.

As concerns layout, joint-venture brands remain conservative in interaction modes. They seldom use new interaction methods except for voice and mobile phone. Yet luxury brands are pioneers of multimodal interaction. One example is Mercedes-Benz which has equipped its new-generation MBUX system with multiple new

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Automotive Myths Face Scrutiny on ‘Motor Mythbusters’


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(L-R) Bisi Ezerioha, Faye Hadley, and Tory Belleci pose with the Flinstones car.

Automotive hijinks and science are on a collision course thanks to a new show from the MotorTrend Group. “Motor Mythbusters” takes on shows and movies from history and tries to determine whether certain things shown on-screen are even remotely possible. The result is a unique experience that addresses important questions, such as “can you improve the speed of a van by chopping the top?”

Co-hosted by “Mythbusters” alumnus Tory Belleci, mechanic Faye Hadley from MotorTrend’s “All Girls Garage,” and engineer and professional race car driver Bisi Ezerioha, “Motor Mythbusters” combines years of real-world experience in garages and shops with “lively curiosity” and old-school trial-and-error.

During the first season, the hosts focus on using urine in a radiator, improving the aerodynamics of a bulky van, whether “The Flinstones” car could work in

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