Last month, Microsoft announced plans to create a sophisticated, automated car to inspire the design of such technologies by automobile manufacturers.
Eventually, through a company called West Coast Customs has managed to keep its promise and to “change the lights” in Mustang you see above. Although the appearance of referring to the ’67 Mustang, in fact it is this year’s model.
In front of the car have been placed Kinect sensors to detect pedestrians or objects located within a certain radius. Even when away from the car, the user can monitor each time the smartphone of what happens in the field of sensors.
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