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Shadow of Death Jun 6, 07
Lol, if I was a rich eccentric (well, I'm eccentric, just not rich -_-), I would probably do some of the stuff you suggested Lol, maybe a screen showing bubbling water? Perhaps with a shark floating around >_>

Still though, every day, we are getting closer and closer to the science fiction movies

But I agree, putting that crap on a car, is dangerous...UNLESS by the time they do that, cars will all be autopilot capable I mean, that stuff is also being tested, so perhaps in 20 or so years, we'll have those cars, like from I Robot, that drive themselves while you listen to music and read stuff on transparent displays
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jmicahg Jun 6, 07
Yeah, it's pretty cool.

And about the car thing, drivers are too distracted nowadays. I've seen people reading newspapers while driving, working on laptops while driving, chatting on cell phones, and even a lady kissing and hugging her stupid little fuzzy white pocket dog while speeding down the highway.

Where's a ticked off cop with a ticket book when you need one?

Can you imagine a car with a TV in the windshield? Pretty sweet, until the driver is distracted by that fight for the puck in the opposing teams ice. He can't take his eyes off the action. Oh no, break away. He shoots, he scores. Yeah, hammer the gas is an unconscious excited reflex and slam into the semi truck in the on comming lane.

Population contro, I guess.
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Shadow of Death Jun 7, 07
Lol yeah ;; But like I said, if they added it, it would be to cars that run on autopilot...like I said, they are already testing cars like that, and there is even a car that has parking assistance control, usinga camera or something...
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jmicahg Jun 7, 07
I've seen video demos of that car. It parallel parks automatically by using cameras and ultrasonic sensors. But, it does need a huge space to park in. Humans will always do a better job. But as for autopilot cars, very few people would give up their supposed right (it's actually a privilege) to drive to a computer, even if said computer got them to where they were going way faster and never got in an accident. Humans are just like that.
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