Driverless cars are coming to the streets of Britain or at least to the pavements of Milton Keynes and Greenwich in London.
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Transport correspondent Gwyn Topham takes a look at two trials of autonomous vehicles, one in Milton Keynes with the LUTZ Pathfinder pod and the GATEway shuttle project in Greenwich, London.
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Despite the obvious fireball, the images show just how close the team got to the intended goal. Pretty impressive stuff, and very exciting for the future of space travel.
Edit: ...and here's the video of it! https://vine.co/v/OjqeYWWpVWK
No, really, great news! It's just the beginning, but promising to see that we're making some progress as a society.
This is really interesting stuff - for most people (i.e. those not developing wireless antennae) it's difficult to imagine what RF waves look like in the real world. The principles of the setup are pretty simple, but the results are fascinating.
Edit: Check out this link for the 3D visualisation shown in the video: http://cnlohr.github.io/voxeltastic/
Yes, he said that.
The Nexus Player will be a cheap purchase, and having support for gamepads could make it an interesting streaming solution.
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