Currently, Tesla is pushing for a new software update with redesigning the visualization of the car produced by its Autopilot system. Today we take a quick look at it with a new video.
As we reported earlier this month, Tesla started releasing a new software update (2019.16) to its fleet with a bunch of updates on its Sentry and Driving Visualization modes.
Tesla writes about the new visualization while driving in the release notes:
"Driving visualization is set to automatically increase and decrease to make better use of screen space and to inform you when in the dead zone a vehicle is detected. Visualization remains reduced when driving on highways.
The update seems to be slowly coming out of the early access owners who tested it in beta.
The owner of model 3 Daniel Spalding got it and released a quick video showing the new drive visualization:
We can see the new transition between different angles based of speed, as Tesla mentions in the notes, but there are also other changes.
The preview of Model 3 itself appears to be updated in more detail.
Also, the rendering turns out and shows an angle when the vehicle rotates.
Tesla seems to use his efforts from his full self-driving program as the recent Driving Demo that Tesla has also featured some similar new Autopilot graphics.
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