Ocean's Revolve Screen seems to be copied by VW Group
A nice attempt to skirt around a patent:
@seancallahan They do not need to skirt the patent. They have no plans on selling anything in the US. Funny that both a Chinese company and now a Czech company have thought this was a good enough idea to put in a car. I say that because I know a lot of people think this will be a rarely used gimmick.
BYD had a rotating screen several months before the Fisker concept debuted. Quite a few Chinese EVs have rotating screens already in production. Honestly, I don't plan on using this feature very often.
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I have to admit as much as it may be a gimmick, Skoda's implementation looks awesome. Reminds me of a transformers robot.
I can keep looking at that movement all-day.
If BYD had the revolving screen, how come Fisker got the patent for Revolving screen? Is Fisker's patent valid only in the USA?