Changing light in vehicles according to the driver’s mood

Seoul:  Changing light in vehicles according to the driver’s mood The South Korean car company Hyundai Mobis (Hyundai Mobis) has introduced a technology under which the interior lights in cars will change according to the mood of the driver.

Changing light in vehicles according to the driver's mood

Media reports indicate that the company has highlighted the technology’s capability to detect both drivers’ moods and their environment. Changing light in vehicles according to the driver’s mood.This feature allows for automatic adjustment of interior lights’ colors, brightness, and displays. Sensors and cameras installed in the vehicle will monitor the driver’s heart rate and blink rate to assess their emotional state.

The latest lighting system is capable of producing 32 distinct patterns by utilizing data about the driver and various external factors, including weather conditions.

According to a representative from Hyundai Mobis, if the driver is experiencing stress, the interior light of the car will change to red. Conversely, when the driver is relaxed and in a normal state, the light will switch to green.