It is an improbable partnership today that has been created between Renault, automaker, and Ubisoft. Indeed, after video games, cinema, virtual reality, the publisher offers its services, in an experimental framework, for journeys in autonomous vehicles.
The emergence of “smart” cars that will no longer need a driver raises a question: but what are the people on board going to do?
It is on the basis of this question that Ubisoft has developed a virtual reality experience compatible with Renault’s SYMBIOZ vehicle.
Concretely, the driver choosing to leave the driving to his autonomous vehicle will put on a virtual reality helmet in order to let go of reality and of feel a sense of escape.
It sounds like science fiction, but it’s not because trials are currently underway on a section of motorway located about a hundred kilometers north of Paris.
If you come across a person in the car with a VR headset on, don’t panic, it’s the future.
And you, how would you occupy yourself during a self-driving car trip?
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