Interestingly, Sony does not plan to sell the car, which means it may use it as a technology and content display. The SC-1 Sociable Cart has a top speed of 19 km/h, which is perfect for socializing. This battery-powered driverless vehicle has a large number of ultra-high sensitivity sensors and cameras that can read the surrounding mobile environment, including five 35mm full-size Sony Exmor CMOS sensors and two Sony ISX019 1/3.8 CMOS models. The camera of the image sensor. Combined with the high-resolution display in the car, passengers can observe the surroundings at night without any headlights.
The SC-1 has no windows, but uses four outward 55 inches.4KLCD monitor for entertaining outsiders, a 49-inch 4K screen for people sitting inside. The vehicle will use its image sensor with artificial intelligence to determine the age, gender, etc. of the outsider and stream the advertisement and content to the high resolution display accordingly.
Sony claims that the vehicle uses Mixed Reality (MR) technology to overlay computer graphics into the external environment displayed on the display. This turns the area originally occupied by the windows into an entertainment area where passengers can enjoy a more enjoyable mobile experience through entertainment, in addition to seeing the outside scenery.