Embedded Systems Conference
Breaking News
Blog

Honking your brakes

Austin Bremers
10/6/2011 12:44 PM EDT

 3 comments   post a comment
NO RATINGS
View Comments: Newest First | Oldest First | Threaded View
David Ashton
User Rank
Author
re: Honking your brakes
David Ashton   10/9/2011 9:35:16 PM
NO RATINGS
" The mind is as big as space and it is so powerful." Yes, but it does not take much to stop its regular processing, does it?

agk
User Rank
Author
re: Honking your brakes
agk   10/8/2011 11:17:32 AM
NO RATINGS
This is an very good example of our minds fixing into regular activities. It is never a horn sounds when brakes are applied.So when this happened he could not steer the vehicle properly. The mind is as big as space and it is so powerfull.

David Ashton
User Rank
Author
re: Honking your brakes
David Ashton   10/6/2011 10:36:46 PM
NO RATINGS
Probably a bit reprehensible from a safety point of view. But very creative!

More Blogs
Products that fall under a CE marking Directive cannot be imported into the EU unless they show the CE marking, which is simply a manufacturer's self-declaration that the product complies with the relevant European legislation.
Shaft sensors and their wiring make field-oriented motor control pricey, but sensorless alternatives are available.
Join Junko Yoshida and EE Times for a radio show on "Why Connect a Car?" at 1:00p.m. eastern, May 11. Submit questions to executives from NXP, Cisco and Siemens.
A basic, precompetitive research base is required to continue to advancement of the semiconductor industry, says SRC president.
MEMS provide an alternative route to scaling technology beyond Moore’s Law that could have benefits in markets such as the Internet of Things.
Flash Poll
Like Us on Facebook

Datasheets.com Parts Search

185 million searchable parts
(please enter a part number or hit search to begin)
EE Times on Twitter
EE Times Twitter Feed
Top Comments of the Week
March 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest: Mountain Climbing
March 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest: Mountain Climbing
The mountain had formed millions of years before when two tektronix plates collided.
208 comments