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GM shows how interactive car windows could be fun for passengers

How do you fight boredom if you're stuck in the back seat during a long road trip? Surf the Web on your smart phone? Stare at the scenery and wonder what you're whizzing by? Researchers at General Motors, along with students at the Future Lab at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Israel, think there are ways to merge the two.

Read more: news.consumerreports.org/cars/2012/01/gm-shows-how-interactive-car-windows-could-be-fun-for-passengers.html#.Txc6m8eEgaM.twitter


January 20th, 2012
Source: http://news.consumerreports.org


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