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Mood-based features redefine comfort on the daily commute

15th January 2018
Lanna Cooper

 

Car makers are placing an increasing emphasis on the vehicle interior as a place for reflection and focus in response to growing consumer interest in wellness. HARMAN’s response is Moodscape, a new tech that uses mood-based features to redefine comfort and entertainment in the daily commute.

Moodscape intuitively adjusts the in-cabin audio experience, delivering music with a mood-based EQ and sound levels to help passengers prepare for whatever is next in their day. Additionally, Moodscape features new HARMAN QLED Auto technology, providing a visual experience with demos such as images including swimming fish or clouds.

Key features of Moodscape include:

  • Music Motivator: Whether heading to a meeting, to a party or to the gym, Music Motivator synchronises with calendars, identifies GPS routes and analyses available biometric feedback to build and deliver an audio experience based on passengers’ whereabouts, schedule and energy level - so that wherever they are headed, they arrive focused and ready.
  • Personalised Audio Alerts: Created with safety in mind, Personalised Audio Alerts heightens attention to navigation, traffic and weather incidents through directional audio, allowing drivers to keep their eyes on the road and respond more quickly to prompts.
  • HARMAN QLED MoodRoof: The passenger’s choice of environmental sounds fills the cabin, complemented by a visual experience through HARMAN’s QLED MoodRoof. Tailor-made for autonomous vehicles, MoodRoof replaces the traditional moon roof with a choice of immersive visual landscapes brought to life by this automotive QLED application.

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