Headlights Block Snowflakes For Safer Driving [Video]
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Intel are developing smart car headlights that can cope with precipitation.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Intel have developed a prototype smart headlight system that can cope with raindrops and wind-blown snowflakes. The system, which has been tested during a snowstorm in Pittsburgh, uses a projector, camera and 50/50 beamsplitter.
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