Live-testing Nissan's Brain-to-Vehicle technology at CES

ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis explores Nissan's new technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
1:39 | 01/09/18

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So this is brain to vehicle technology and its sienna is going to show us how it works by putting what do you call this tonight this is an easy job each and cap and EG cap. He's gonna put EG cap on my head it's also very good at seeing them injuring. And it's very stable or when we move. When removing our heads. So I can wobble my head around and it doesn't move at all. This is monitoring this signals in my head to figure out as I'm driving down the road how responding to things as they come up. We hear about the experience of the driving the car dealer steel and children. You're a botched pit that control it because you have this. I have three minutes ago this track and it's gonna move very fast I have literally zero control over what speed I'm going let's see how. You need to keep what you are laying. We need to keep driving yes and behind we will be trying to evaluate. This move this yeah. I just cross the line and also to see. You can find some synchronization between your favorite then there's a couple told that is what. That's like spinning. That's my break. This is how I get. Yeah this theory and 36%. Synchronization. 45%. And these are all the areas where you see my brain where I can improve. Nissan it takes that information in the car takes that information inputs at any bombs with clean looks cool well. So this should make me a better driver.

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