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Old 04-23-2010, 07:48 PM   #1
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interesting way to drive a car. not sure how safe it is

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Raul Rojas, an artificial intelligence researcher at Berlin's Free University, said Friday that the technology tracks a driver's eye movement and, in turn, steers the car in whatever direction they're looking.
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Ummmm.... that's great, but ....................

The Apache Helicopter using this type of technology for the gunnery. However, in a vehicle, what would happen if that GORGEOUS lady in a the super mini-skirt was walking down the sidewalk? CRASH! Hit the building looking! LOL
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Yes, well as long it is not my car...........

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hit the building or the girl?? you had your eyes on the girl
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I'm hoping the building! LOL
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Call me crazy but I like my older car that lacks an MP3 player, navigation system, drive by wire (even my transmission is rod controlled), rear-view backup camera, heated seats, headlights that turn with the car, parking system, stability control systems, and every other thing you can add.
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However, in a vehicle, what would happen if that GORGEOUS lady in a the super mini-skirt was walking down the sidewalk? CRASH! Hit the building looking! LOL
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Call me crazy but I like my older car that lacks an MP3 player, navigation system, drive by wire (even my transmission is rod controlled), rear-view backup camera, heated seats, headlights that turn with the car, parking system, stability control systems, and every other thing you can add.
That is how I like my car no frills
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