In a newly filed patent, Mazda thinks it has found a better way to end distracted driving and make driving more fun.
Mazda’s proposed system can detect when your attention wavers, knows when it’s mostly OK to look away, and when it’s really not—just might work. Especially if it can convince you—rather than scold you—to draw your eyes back to the road.
“We still believe fully in the idea that the most powerful computer in the car is an attentive driver, and that the journey is as important as the destination,” says Mazda rep Jeremy Barnes.
Read the article at Wired.