Some of the elements could start actual development within six years
A driver’s mood can greatly affect his or her performance on the road and spell the difference between an easy cruise or an accident-prone dash. Taking this universal behavior into careful consideration, leading Japanese automobile company Toyota is now developing an intelligent sensing system for cars that can assess a driver’s mood and subsequently customize the car’s reactive system in the face of an impending hazard.
The concept technology makes use of a camera that detects facial expressions by plotting 238 points on the face of a driver.
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