Matt Sullivan give us a preview of the first robotic parking garage to hit NYC, which “uses a combination of elevator mechanics, lasers and motion sensors to pack 67 cars into a basement that would only fit 24 spots under traditional configurations.” Video after the jump.

Motion sensors double-check that you’re gone and close a retractable door while four overhead lasers create an invisible tent to make sure your car fits on the pallet. Punch a few buttons on the interface in the garage lobby, and the systems sensors, software and motors begin lowering the pallet underground for its 90-second journey to its parking space

(Thanks, Matt S.)[via PopularMechanics]

Matt Sullivan give us a preview of the first robotic parking garage to hit NYC, which “uses a combination of elevator mechanics, lasers and motion sensors to pack 67 cars into a basement that would only fit 24 spots under traditional configurations.” Video after the jump.

Motion sensors double-check that you’re gone and close a retractable door while four overhead lasers create an invisible tent to make sure your car fits on the pallet. Punch a few buttons on the interface in the garage lobby, and the systems sensors, software and motors begin lowering the pallet underground for its 90-second journey to its parking space

(Thanks, Matt S.)[via PopularMechanics]