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Transcript of New inventions
a phone worth keeping
designed to last
upgrade- and repairable
less electronic waste
Fewer traffic collisions
Reduced air pollution
Fewer traffic jams
Higher speed limits
In 2013, the 2014 Mercedes S-Class will have the option of autonomous steering, lane guidance, acceleration/braking, parking, accident avoidance, and driver fatigue detection, in both city traffic and highway speeds of up to 124 miles (200 km) per hour.
In 2013, the 2014 BMW i3 will autonomously steer, accelerate and brake in traffic jams at up to 25 miles (40 km) per hour.
By 2014, Volvo expects vehicles that can be autonomous at up to 31 miles (50 km) per hour, with expected use in heavy traffic.
By 2014, Israeli company Mobileye expects to release semi-autonomous car technology.
By 2015, Audi plans to market vehicles that can autonomously steer, accelerate and brake at lower speeds, such as in traffic jams.
By 2015, Cadillac plans vehicles with "super cruise": autonomous steering, braking and lane guidance.
By 2015, Nissan expects to sell vehicles with autonomous steering, braking, lane guidance, throttle, gear shifting, and, as permitted by law, unoccupied self-parking after passengers exit.
By Mid-2010's, Toyota plans to roll out near-autonomous vehicles dubbed Automated Highway Driving Assist with Lane Trace Control and Cooperative-adaptive Cruise Control.
By 2016, Tesla expects to develop technology that behaves autonomously for 90 percent of distance driven.
By 2016, Mobileye expects to release fully autonomous car technology.
By 2018, Google expects to release their autonomous car technology.
By 2020, Volvo envisages having cars in which passengers would be immune from injuries.
By 2020, GM, Daimler, Audi, Nissan and BMW all expect to sell autonomous cars.
Up to 75% of all vehicles will be autonomous by 2040
By 2035: sales of autonomous vehicles will reach 95.4 million annually, representing 75% of all light-duty vehicle sales
Reduction of traffic accidents by a factor of 10
Reality by 2020
makes you feel like you are actually inside the game
therapeutic use for phantom pains
First affordable VR device
makes the VR experience even more vivid
keeps you fit
Prevents you from falling down
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