North American auto show attendees take a virtual test drive to learn about the technologies inside Honda’s zero-emission, hydrogen-powered FCX Clarity.
On a large touch screen visitors choose which component within the FCX they want to learn about—the hydrogen tank, the lithium-ion battery, the fuel cell stack, or the electric motor—and by sliding a semi-translucent model of the car to different positions they can understand how the interplay of technologies works in different driving conditions. The full-screen motion graphics presentation exposes the inner workings of the V-flow driving system, while an in-dash display simulates the energy expenditure of the vehicle stopped, at startup, while cruising, or during deceleration.
For complete project credits visit: secondstory.com/portfolio/works/fcx-clarity-virtual-test-drive
George P. Johnson
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