Students create smartphone-powered driverless car
The driverless car is already on the road, and there’s a lot to look forward to, especially as the technology is refined and improved.
A team of information and communications technology students from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, may have found one way already — using smartphone technology.
car, about the size of a toy pedal car, has a smartphone mounted on the front and uses several of the phone’s features for autonomous driving. The phone’s camera identifies the lanes, while the phone’s GPS is used for navigation.
The team, whose members include…
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