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Tesla reveals its “quiet hut secret”: its own “Tesla glass”

Tesla has released a new video revealing its “quiet cabin secret”: its proper Tesla glass.

It’s pretty rare for Tesla to make a marketing video about the technology outside of a real special event, but the automaker has decided to release a video about “Tesla Glass” today.

In 2016, we Automaker launches new “Tesla Glass” secret project Former Apple material engineer Mike Pilliod was in charge.

Little was known about the project at the time, except by name, but Tesla later developed its own expertise in creating new types of glass. This glass is used throughout our products, including vehicles and energy products such as solar roof tiles, also known as solar glass.

Tesla Period in front of the camera to talk about Tesla glasses in a new video released today:

The video gives Tesla a glimpse into the “Glass Technology Center” in Los Angeles.

Main functions Pilliod’s focus is on the latest acoustic technology that Tesla has introduced to its vehicles. That’s why this video is named.

“One of the coolest things we’ve done is to incorporate acoustic side-laminated drops into every Tesla vehicle.”

He is talking about double glazing with a dampening acoustic layer in between.

This feature was first noticed last year Tesla introduced it in the revamped Model 3.

The engineers also made some interesting comments about the different purposes Tesla develops for glass. This includes requiring glass panels to be safe in the event of an accident and to protect residents from UV rays and noise.

Tesla also needs to develop a windshield that acts as a lens for front-facing autopilot cameras.

He showed some interesting approaches to testing distortion. That’s something I hadn’t thought of before.

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