Both autonomous cars and drones are going to be well established elsewhere in the world sooner than most people think. Maybe then the skepticals start to look at them with different eyes.
Just think about this, if the Swedish government supports autonomous cars there has to be a good reason. Then again, Sweden is a pioneer nation. The Swedes don't wait for anyone. They simply do, which is one of the things that I most like from them. :)
Re: The meaning of the bike? SachinEE I think that they are attempting to alleviate the boredom that accomapnies sitting in a closed room on a stationery bike. However, the more sophisticated ones alter the energy required by using the terrain being viewed. From a brain connectivity perspective it is probably better...at least one would think so.
SachinEE, User Rank: Light Sabre 1/17/2015 | 1:06:27 AM
Re: Spiders from Mars @Mitch: VR headsets would be a rage in computer games. I have a hardcore gamer friend and he was just too excited to use the OCULUS VR with his game: Skyrim. I think these headsets would set the trend for such games.
SachinEE, User Rank: Light Sabre 1/17/2015 | 12:58:48 AM
Re: The meaning of the bike? I don't understand why anybody would want to build a stationery bike with changing video scenes. Haven't these already been done? I've seen a lot of interactive games that use changing video scenes with a bike, the game that children play with. They ride the bike and sway it in order to dodge obstacles on the screen.
Re: The meaning of the bike? Maybe they were trying to show how they could beat the new stationary bikes that work with Google maps to change the terrain and difficulty (and keep it more interesting)? I wasn't there so this is really a SWAG on my part. Check out: "Exercise Bikes with Google Maps"