Honda to give drivers superhuman vision

Патент Хонды на роботозрение

Image from US Patent and Trademark Office

Sept 09, 2016 — Japan-based automaker Honda last week applied to the US Patent and Trademark Office to register its new driver assistance system which may enable drivers to see pedestrians that are out of the field of vision using car sensors and augmented reality, Business Insider reported.

Sensors on the car’s surface will show the location of the invisible person as an avatar on an augmented reality heads-up display on the windshield. Even pedestrians located behind other vehicles might be seen.

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