Development of the New Toyota Electro-Multivision
This study introduces the most recent version of the Toyota Electro-Multivision system which was equipped on the 1991 Soarer. As in the previous version, the Electro-Multivision is operated and controlled by interactive inputs through touch-activated display panel switches. The key features of the system are its use of the state-of-the art 5.9-inch thin film transistor (TFT) LCD and four improved navigation functions. The new navigation-related functions are as follows: 1. Two CD-ROM disks incorporating map data on major cities (Scale: 10,000 to 1). 2. Touch activated panel display of maps that can be scrolled with the touch of a finger. 3. A location function that works off a global positioning system (GPS) and map matching. 4. Route Guidance from the present position to a target destination.