In-Car Control

Harman

In-Car Control

Harman

Shape-shifting Infotainment controls

Technology is increasingly being adopted in industries that have traditionally been analog. Cars now have large in-dash screens to display information, but can be difficult to use while driving. Loft was tasked with creating a concept that harmonized this digital in-car experience with a physical control scheme. The result was a control system that morphed depending on the usage scenario. Harman debuted a working prototype of Loft’s concept at CES 2017.


The Future of In-Car Console Control

Technology is increasingly being adopted in industries that have traditionally been analog. Cars now have large in-dash screens to display information, but can be difficult to use while driving. Loft was tasked with creating a concept that harmonized this digital in-car experience with a physical control scheme. The result was a control system that morphed depending on the usage scenario. Harman debuted a working prototype of Loft’s concept at CES 2017.


The Future of In-Car Console Control

Technology is increasingly being adopted in industries that have traditionally been analog. Cars now have large in-dash screens to display information, but can be difficult to use while driving. Loft was tasked with creating a concept that harmonized this digital in-car experience with a physical control scheme. The result was a control system that morphed depending on the usage scenario. Harman debuted a working prototype of Loft’s concept at CES 2017.