Osram, the lighting company, designed 1024 LED lights to help other drivers temporarily prevent blind spots.
If you have been traveling overnight, you have probably had a problem with most of them: you can see everything white and then black, suddenly on the empty road, suddenly the headlights of the driver of the vehicle coming from the opposite side, take your eyes and instantly experience temporary blindness. For this problem Osram, who works on LED lights, has produced a solution.
The Osram company invented the Eviyos headlight system for use in vehicles using 1024 LEDs. The Eviyos headlight consists of 1,024 independent LEDs that are turned on and off instantly in milliseconds. The headlamps, which are formed by sensors that can detect the locations of nearby cars, detect the incoming driver correctly and hide the problem by precisely concealing the blind part of the light.
A live demonstration showed the working principle of the headlamps and did not notice any noticeable delay, it detected the vehicles that the headlamps had seen and quickly gave the necessary responses. These invented headlights seem to be a great convenience at night, but there is a problem. The use of these headlights, produced by LED lights, is currently illegal on the Earth and production has not yet begun. It is known that automotive companies like Audi are ready to use this system if they are legalized.