By now, almost everyone has heard of Google’s driver-less car project. Despite not having an official name yet (just don’t call it “Google Drive”), the project is already calling to mind the same believable perspective shift that was recently seen in autostereoscopic 3D and augmented reality.
Safety is still top priority when on the road. Perhaps the question on Google’s new venture is how it can manage to control/drive the vehicle under hazardous roads or circumstances. It’s good that cities like Portland can rely on government websites such as Oregon.gov, which gives locals useful advice when driving under hazardous circumstances. But how can Google’s driver-less car predict such a situation? Here are some things that this new project must incorporate in their programming: