Why a Huge Touchscreen Makes Your Car Safer


Today's modern automobile has more processing power than the gadgets in your living room, and that makes NVIDIA happy. The chip maker says automotive is a small but growing part of its business. There are two NVIDIA processors in each Tesla Model S, for example -- one to power the giant, 17-inch touchscreen.

Some people may raise an eyebrow at such a large display in a car, but as NVIDIA's Danny Shapiro explains in the video below, it actually makes driving much safer.

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