So smart in fact I feel like my head is going to explode just watching this 8 minute piece from Honda on how it works. The night vision system that has been employed for years in the Cadillac Deville uses one centrally located camera and Heads Up Display (HUD) to show the image. Honda uses two cameras to give the system depth perception and displays the image on a screen that pops up from the dashboard. The system uses shape recognition and a whole host of other tech that is making my brain hurt again. Just watch it. (Slow connection users beware, this is a video piece.)
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