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Comment: Re:Auto-move on green (Score 1) 364

by Stele (#46644149) Attached to: Your Car Will Tell You How To Hit the Next Green Light

I was specifically thinking of the people behind the first car in line, in this case. There is always some dumb delay after each car starts moving - obviously this would only kick in after the first car starts moving. When I'm first at a light, I always spend the entire time scanning for people and cars doing dumb things, as well as anticipating the light turning green.

Comment: Auto-move on green (Score 1) 364

by Stele (#46638519) Attached to: Your Car Will Tell You How To Hit the Next Green Light

On the flip side, I was sitting at a light the other day (in Florida, which has the longest lights in the world) thinking how great it would be if all cars sitting at a red light were somehow forced to start moving at once when the light turns green. It seems I'm the only person who understands that eventually the red light will turn green. This would allow many more cars to make it through each cycle.

Comment: Re:never gonna happen (Score 4, Informative) 156

The resolution could use some improvement (and has for the real release) but the tracking is AMAZING. It really feels like you are immersed completely in a 3D world. It works best in environments where your movement is decoupled completely from vision (driving and flying simulators). I've never experienced motion sickness in my entire life but 20 minutes in Half Life got me feeling quite queezy.

Every nonzero finite dimensional inner product space has an orthonormal basis. It makes sense, when you don't think about it.

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