Creating immersive infotainment experiences

Unity teamed up with NXP, the world’s largest provider of automotive semiconductors, to demonstrate a human-machine interface (HMI) toolchain that operates on NXP’s popular i.MX 8QuadMax applications processor.

By bringing a Unity HMI toolchain to NXP’s popular i.MX 8QuadMax applications processor, Unity is demonstrating the potential for value-minded automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to place immersive HMI systems in all their vehicles. Consumers can enjoy a high-fidelity and immersive interface that enables them to play games, connect with their smartphone and interact with their car – just like they would in a high-end vehicle.

“Unity brings an optimized content rendering engine, content creation and toolchains which can be utilized to work with stretch screens and ‘normal’ resolution screens alike. The output of this powerful engine is stunning display experiences that have to be seen. Coupled with i.MX 8QuadMax’s performance and fail-functional display safety capabilities provide the consumer with a seamless, beautiful and safe experience,” said Kyle Fox, Director for the i.MX 8 series applications processor at NXP.

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