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    Sign me up for my new car.. no worries about spasms.


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    wow!!
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    Yea I heard that so far these no hands google cars have driven over 200k miles with no wrecks or incidents at all.
    Most everything I say is

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    Huh. I've read reports on this project of Google's, but never put 2+2 together for its application of increasing independence for some people.

    Right on.

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    Any guesses as to how the "driver" communicates with the car? For example, in this video how did the car "know" to find a HC parking spot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen212 View Post
    Any guesses as to how the "driver" communicates with the car? For example, in this video how did the car "know" to find a HC parking spot?
    If the car has image recognition software sophisticated enough to navigate traffic in real time, finding a handicapped spot by parsing the image stream to find the blue and white wheelchair symbol would be trivial. Driver probably just has to say "park in handicapped spot"

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    I'd like to see how it goes in some decent traffic and on a freeway not a street with no cars.

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