How many times have you screamed while driving, "Turn your high beams down!"
Semiconductors are coming to the rescue. On Semiconductor talked with EE Times Brand Manager Alexander Wolfe about the company's new driver for high-brightness LEDs that addresses individual pixels on the LED array. That enables automotive designers to build subsystems for moveable headlights. If you're turning left, for example, the light swivels to left to illuminate where you'll be in a second or so. Herve Branquart, director automotive solutions, ON Semiconductor describes the technology in this segment from the floor of Electronica 2012. Related stories:
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