This anti-distracted driving car automatically slows down when the driver isn't focused
from Fast Company
Nothing kills people on the roads faster than drivers not paying attention. Cellphones. Tiredness. Fiddling with the dials. Negotiating with the children. They're all dangerous. To dramatize these hazards, road safety researchers from Australia have created an "attention-powered car" a vehicle that slows to a crawl when drivers get distracted. In an experiment, they fitted volunteers with a 14-point headset to monitor brain activity. When the equipment showed the person was being inattentive, software would override the car's accelerator, slowing its speed. When the subject regained his focus, the car would start moving normally again.
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