Enhance Vision System
A patented optical system designed to be inserted in the metal A-Pillar split in two parts, totally cancelling the blind corner in the vehicle driver seat.
– Complete removal of A-pillar blind corner.
– No image distortion, high definition and tridimensional vision.
– Improved safety for all road users.
– Body-vehicles safety standards guarantee hence metal pillars.
– Innovative see-through look.
– Increased driving pleasure with 180° front vision.
– No energy consumption.
– No chips needed.
No image magnification/distortion: the system is neutral.
No risk of being blinded by reflections of sun rays/other sources of light: the beams remain parallel, not converged.
Entering a roundabout: what risks do we all run everyday?
The car’s strong frames must protect passengers in the event of an accident. The A-pillar plays a fundamental role in car design, getting wider and stronger, ensuring safety for the passengers.
Nevertheless, the A-pillar’s thick size – wider than 6,5 cm which is the average distance between two human eyes, and only a few cm from the driver’s eyes – produces a blind corner that inevitably hides pedestrians, scooters and bicycles, causing accidents with possible fatal outcomes.
In spite of the decreasing frequency of accidents, the incidence of impacts in roundabouts is increasing by 100%.
Cyclist in a roundabout
The cyclist is completely hidden from the driver’s view, behind the A-pillar
Current solution, yet not solving the safety issue
The A-pillar being split in two parts creates a small window, the rear pillar still producing a wide blind corner.
A different solution, currently under evaluation in the industry
Camera and LCD display on A-pillar
Camera and driver’s eyes are not aligned: the image projected on the screen is not adapting to the driver’s view angle when they move their head or torso.
Time gap between reality and projected image: fractions of seconds can make a huge difference when it comes to human reaction.
No binocular vision.
High costs along the whole lifecycle (production, logistics, maintenance…).
Visual stress for the human eye: the driver must continuously adjust between the natural focus of his eye looking at farther objects outside the car window, and the focus of the projected image.
For further information and enquiries, please contact
CEO and Co-Founder
Viale Gian Galezzo 25, 20136 Milan, Italy