From: matrixxx09 on
GPS navigation in the car, all in a HUD...

Cameras on front of car feed back to sat system, which recognizes
signs, the road itself, essentially the whole 'scene'. (The scenes
are constantly updated in the database by the end users themselves).

The instructions are then projected onto the windshield in the form of
actual arrows appearing on the road itself (at least from the driver's
viewpoint, like the 1st down line in football), the relevant road
signs are 'highlighted', and so forth.

From: JoeSpareBedroom on
"matrixxx09" <matrixxx09(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
news:e250efd6-d26d-428e-a723-caf02e4279fe(a)w36g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
> GPS navigation in the car, all in a HUD...
>
> Cameras on front of car feed back to sat system, which recognizes
> signs, the road itself, essentially the whole 'scene'. (The scenes
> are constantly updated in the database by the end users themselves).
>
> The instructions are then projected onto the windshield in the form of
> actual arrows appearing on the road itself (at least from the driver's
> viewpoint, like the 1st down line in football), the relevant road
> signs are 'highlighted', and so forth.
>


Thousands of years, hopefully. Rode with a friend and her GPS a couple of
weeks ago and the stupid thing kept saying "turn right", which would've put
us in a field of alfalfa. The actual right turn was 2 miles away.


From: Fatter Than Ever Moe on
JoeSpareBedroom wrote:
> "matrixxx09" <matrixxx09(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:e250efd6-d26d-428e-a723-caf02e4279fe(a)w36g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
>> GPS navigation in the car, all in a HUD...
>>
>> Cameras on front of car feed back to sat system, which recognizes
>> signs, the road itself, essentially the whole 'scene'. (The scenes
>> are constantly updated in the database by the end users themselves).
>>
>> The instructions are then projected onto the windshield in the form of
>> actual arrows appearing on the road itself (at least from the driver's
>> viewpoint, like the 1st down line in football), the relevant road
>> signs are 'highlighted', and so forth.
>>
>
>
> Thousands of years, hopefully. Rode with a friend and her GPS a couple of
> weeks ago and the stupid thing kept saying "turn right", which would've put
> us in a field of alfalfa. The actual right turn was 2 miles away.
>
>
Joe,
What are you going to do to enjoy today ?
From: JoeSpareBedroom on
"Fatter Than Ever Moe" <HardTimes(a)TheFarm> wrote in message
news:4aa3bd05$0$23746$bbae4d71(a)news.suddenlink.net...
> JoeSpareBedroom wrote:
>> "matrixxx09" <matrixxx09(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:e250efd6-d26d-428e-a723-caf02e4279fe(a)w36g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
>>> GPS navigation in the car, all in a HUD...
>>>
>>> Cameras on front of car feed back to sat system, which recognizes
>>> signs, the road itself, essentially the whole 'scene'. (The scenes
>>> are constantly updated in the database by the end users themselves).
>>>
>>> The instructions are then projected onto the windshield in the form of
>>> actual arrows appearing on the road itself (at least from the driver's
>>> viewpoint, like the 1st down line in football), the relevant road
>>> signs are 'highlighted', and so forth.
>>>
>>
>>
>> Thousands of years, hopefully. Rode with a friend and her GPS a couple of
>> weeks ago and the stupid thing kept saying "turn right", which would've
>> put us in a field of alfalfa. The actual right turn was 2 miles away.
> Joe,
> What are you going to do to enjoy today ?


FISHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


From: Fatter Than Ever Moe on
JoeSpareBedroom wrote:
> "Fatter Than Ever Moe" <HardTimes(a)TheFarm> wrote in message
> news:4aa3bd05$0$23746$bbae4d71(a)news.suddenlink.net...
>> JoeSpareBedroom wrote:
>>> "matrixxx09" <matrixxx09(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:e250efd6-d26d-428e-a723-caf02e4279fe(a)w36g2000yqm.googlegroups.com...
>>>> GPS navigation in the car, all in a HUD...
>>>>
>>>> Cameras on front of car feed back to sat system, which recognizes
>>>> signs, the road itself, essentially the whole 'scene'. (The scenes
>>>> are constantly updated in the database by the end users themselves).
>>>>
>>>> The instructions are then projected onto the windshield in the form of
>>>> actual arrows appearing on the road itself (at least from the driver's
>>>> viewpoint, like the 1st down line in football), the relevant road
>>>> signs are 'highlighted', and so forth.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Thousands of years, hopefully. Rode with a friend and her GPS a couple of
>>> weeks ago and the stupid thing kept saying "turn right", which would've
>>> put us in a field of alfalfa. The actual right turn was 2 miles away.
>> Joe,
>> What are you going to do to enjoy today ?
>
>
> FISHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
>
All right! Good luck
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