Here's yet another look at Google's self-driving car, which is almost ready for public streets around the world. Just to recap, it uses a combination of video cameras, radar sensors, lasers, GPS and the most detailed 3D maps ever compiled to navigate the roads. According to Chris Urmson, leader of the project, "The maps even show the height of the curb. They are constantly being updated to show road works and other variables." Continue reading for a detailed video and more information.
The Daily Mail reports, "Google believes driverless cars could eventually cut the number of road deaths in half. 'Everything is designed to minimize injury in the event of an accident,' he continues. 'Nothing can ever be 100 per cent accident-proof but we truly believe this vehicle can and will save lives.'"