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Smart Headlights Dodge Rain, Snow

from Wired

When it comes to headlight technology, not much has changed in the last several decades. LEDs are on the cusp of becoming standard issue and adaptive headlamps that turn with the wheel have been around for years. But a system from researchers at Carnegie Mellon University has the potential to change the way we see in adverse weather by illuminating the road around droplets of rain and snow. As anyone who's driven in a torrential downpour or a snow storm can attest, the road isn't the only thing that gets lit up by the headlamps. Particles of snow and beads of water reflect light back at the driver, making bad visibility even worse. And that's where Carnegie Mellon University's Professor Srinivasa Narasimhan and his team come in. more


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