The light specifically recognizes people's faces and won't blind oncoming traffic
While the concept of using mirrors and sensors to direct a headlight might sound needlessly complicated, it enables several features that are absolutely game-changing. The sensors monitor the road ahead and can pinpoint areas that are less well-lit, automatically directing more light to balance the field of vision and ease the strain on your eyes.
More importantly, though, if there's a pedestrian or an oncoming car, the headlight system will recognize and avoid people's eyes. It will light up a person from the neck down, but not blind them, so they're far less likely to be affected by your oncoming lights. If you've ever been momentarily blinded by someone else's high beams, you know how much it sucks -- and how dangerous it can be.