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Samsung's "see-through" truck

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Overtaking a huge lorry is a nerve-wracking and potentially lethal challenge for motorists.

Now the tech giant Samsung has unveiled a life-saving solution - a see-through lorry which shows drivers the road ahead.

The incredible Safety Truck has a camera fitted to its front which sends real time footage to a screen on the back of the vehicle.

Open road: Samsung helps drivers see ahead before attempting to overtake

http://i2.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/article5927467.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/Screen-Shot-2015-06-22-at-105902.jpg

Samsung claimed its technology would help cut down on road deaths.

"So far Samsung has been able to confirm that the technology works and that this idea can definitely save the lives of many people," a spokesman said.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/samsung-unveils-incredible-see-through-lorry-5927070

 

 

 

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huh - this is really interesting!

​It kind of makes you wonder what else they're thinking of doing, doesn't it? lol

Seriously though, this is an example of tech used for good. But then there's the questions of whether they are recording everything and where that might be going and the fact that they're probably only doing it because it will save the company money by keeping them out of monetary claims when there's an accident.

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