craycrayfish
craycrayfish
9/14/19
2:35 PM
12

I love using a backup camera to judge distances and confirm that my path is clear, but for lining up my angle around the tight bend in my driveway, there’s nothing better than a traditional mirror with its fixed perspective.

9/14/19
2:01 PM
8

The idea with the camera is that would be unnecessary. The field of view in the camera is wider than even you moving your head a few inches forward provides.

9/14/19
1:54 PM
7

Fuel economy. Potentially wider field of view. Potentially putting the information closer to the driver so they don’t have to look as far awy from the road. Sleeker designs. More clearance on wide vehicles. Composite views. Information overlays. Night vision. Lots of possibilities for replacing the mirror.

9/14/19
1:53 PM
7

Considering cameras have 2-3 times the horizontal FOV (45+ degrees vs 23 degrees) and 3-4 times the vertical FOV (45+ degrees vs 12 degrees) of a typical side mirror, yes you can.

9/13/19
9:17 PM
2

Sesame oil is its own life hack. It legit is the magic ingredient. Other parents area always fubared by the fact that my kids eat spinach and mushrooms and beansprouts and kimchi. I’m like, ADD MOAR SESAME OIL. Hell, my kids’ classmates are jealous that htey get to eat triangle rice balls for snack, I’m convinced

9/13/19
6:25 PM
11

It’s a good rule, keeps a lot of room and visibility around corners, where it’s needed.

9/13/19
5:43 PM
10

With how much damage already happened to the car, it’s possible the truck had actually shoved the car onto the lines...

9/12/19
7:22 PM
1

In my mind a good daily moisturizer includes SPF, but you’re right it’s essential and ought to be specifically mentioned.

9/12/19
4:01 PM
6

Maybe I’m the weird one because I love eating the same thing for lunch everyday

9/12/19
3:54 PM
180

I am so infinitely glad that  when I was a teenager (a) social media didn’t exist and (b) I wasn’t famous enough for anyone to give a shit what I did.

9/12/19
3:36 PM
8

That’s a bit disingenuous though. If it’s truly level 5 it will be as ready to deal with “Dale Dumbass” as well as a human driver would, maybe even better since it can process information quicker.

9/12/19
3:05 PM
9

I mean it’s one thing to do dumb things. It’s a completely different and incredibly dumber thing to do dumb things in a company car where they tell you not to do those things and that you are being recorded. These people are top tier dumb.

9/12/19
2:37 PM
8

Looks pretty much like what I see on the daily...only I see it in like 11 year old altimas and corollas without LiDAR. I say we demand Google release it into the wild.

9/12/19
2:35 PM
86

I mean, people do this shit in their cars WITHOUT any driver assist, they sure as hell are going to do it when they don’t have to touch anything to make the car go.

9/11/19
11:04 PM
16

Or you could just use a battery, which is good for about an hour’s worth of use.

9/11/19
9:21 PM
78

In all honesty adults don’t really need it either, or at least they don’t need the super intense skincare routines that involve millions of products. I mean people do it for fun, which is perfectly fine, but your skin really only needs a good cleanser, moisturizer, and the occasional exfoliation. Everything else is