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Turning Your Dumb Car Into a Smart Car

KION 46, August 18, 2012

Check-out this video by KION 46 showing the Revs Program at Stanford's research by Professor Chris Gerdes getting inside the mind of race car drivers to make vehicles more responsive to road conditions and to use this knowledge to develop safer systems for accident avoidance.   Read Full Article

Vintage racecars reveal new insights into man and machine

Stanford University News, August 25, 2011

Stanford researchers instrumenting vintage race cars and drivers to help create advanced safety devices for future cars.   Read Full Article

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Why Silicon Valley Is Winning the Robocar Race

Bloomberg, March 17, 2013

No wonder Road & Track magazine recently gave its entire 65-year archive not to some place in Michigan but to the two-year-old Revs Program at Stanford University, which sponsors interdisciplinary courses and research on the automobile “as a technological and aesthetic artifact and cultural symbol.”   Read Full Article

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Your assignment: Design the interior of the self-driving car

Automotive News, September 23, 2013

For as long as there have been automobiles, vehicle interiors have been designed around the driver. But what happens to the look, feel and function of the inside of cars that drive themselves?   Read Full Article

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