Adaptive headlights are certainly not a new invention, but the way that the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany has upgraded them is definitely turning heads. The traditional adaptive headlight design on the market today features 100 separate LEDs; this new development features 1,000.
The LEDs within the new headlights enable each one to be controlled individually to provide the exact level of illumination required. The headlights offer an exceptional clarity and will even help to deter the occurrence of oncoming drivers being blinded by them. Moreover, this would enable the headlights to adapt to the environment around the vehicle for comprehensive illumination.
The line between vehicles and technology is inherently becoming more blurred. As these adaptive headlights indicate, it likely won't be long before the integration of automobiles and technology become an industry one and the same.