The Thinking Car

They call it the "thinking car." Designed by a research team at Berlin's Free University, the vehicle reacts to its surroundings and is capable of driving itself. Sensors placed on the front bumper of the car detects the vehicle's surroundings, and cameras installed in the vehicle recognize lane markings and traffic signs, in addition to a number of other high-tech features.

They call it the "thinking car." Designed by a research team at Berlin's Free University, the vehicle reacts to its surroundings and is capable of driving itself. Sensors placed on the front bumper of the car detects the vehicle's surroundings, and cameras installed in the vehicle recognize lane markings and traffic signs, in addition to a number of other high-tech features.

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