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Future Vision of MPV Intelligent Mobility - A Sensory Fusion Relaxation System

by Xu Yinming, Gui Chenbei, Yuan Zhenjun

Master of Design (Intelligent Systems Design)


In 2035, as L4 autonomous driving becomes popular and new energy vehicles become more affordable, an increasing number of Chinese families are choosing self-driving travel. Breazen aims to enhance the comfort and relaxation of MPV passengers while promoting family connections through a sensory-augmented interaction system. They incorporate airbags to help passengers manage physical and psychological fatigue and facilitate emotional recovery. By strategically placing airbags, Breazen prioritises passenger well-being and safety. The system creates an immersive environment with personalized lighting, ambient sounds, and tactile feedback to provide a tranquil and connected experience. Breazen's innovative design revolutionizes family travel during self-driving journeys, elevating it to new heights. By combining technology with passenger-centric features, they aim to create a future where self-driving is synonymous with rejuvenating travel for Chinese families.


Academic Supervisors: Prof. Stephen Jia Wang, Dr Hailiang Wang
Industry Supervisor: Mr Stephen Chan
Industry Partner: GAC

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