Nissan adds a robot helper to its concept car

Nissan has added a robot helper to its Pivo 2 concept car on show at this year's Tokyo Motor Show.

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Mood recognition


The mood recognition technology is currently being trialed in real-world tests by Nissan. A camera mounted in front of the driver monitors eye movement to detect when the driver might be sleepy. This triggers the seat belt to tighten and this movement will hopefully snap the driver out of their drowsiness or prompt them to take a rest. A voice alert also sounds and a message pops up on the car's navigation screen.

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