Soon cars that can read your mind A new concept car has been developed by a Japanese automobile company that monitors your face to help predict what you ll want to do next The Toyota Smart Insect Concept is has motion sensors voice recognition and behavior prediction technology to monitor the driver s face and activate in cabin features foglights or even set a destination in their smartphone satellite navigation after interpreting the information The concept car also talks to the drivers they recognize as they approach the car flashing its lights and typing hello and other responses on its instrument panel monitor and opening the door at a wave of the hand

Soon, cars that can read your mind -

A new concept car has been developed by a Japanese automobile company that monitors your face to help predict what you'll want to do next. 

The Toyota Smart Insect Concept is has motion sensors, voice recognition and behavior prediction technology to monitor the driver's face and activate in-cabin features, foglights - or even set a destination in their smartphone satellite navigation - after interpreting the information. 
The concept car also talks to the drivers they recognize as they approach the car, flashing its lights and typing

Soon, cars that can read your mind -

A new concept car has been developed by a Japanese automobile company that monitors your face to help predict what you'll want to do next.

The Toyota Smart Insect Concept is has motion sensors, voice recognition and behavior prediction technology to monitor the driver's face and activate in-cabin features, foglights - or even set a destination in their smartphone satellite navigation - after interpreting the information.
The concept car also talks to the drivers they recognize as they approach the car, flashing its lights and typing "hello" and other responses on its instrument panel monitor, and opening the door at a wave of the hand.

Soon, cars that can read your mind - A new concept car has been developed by a Japanese automobile company that monitors your face to help predict what you'll want to do next. The Toyota Smart Insect Concept is has motion sensors, voice recognition and behavior prediction technology to monitor the driver's face and activate in-cabin features, foglights - or even set a destination in their smartphone satellite navigation - after interpreting the information. The concept car also talks to the drivers they recognize as they approach the car, flashing its lights and typing "hello" and other responses on its instrument panel monitor, and opening the door at a wave of the hand.

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