“Oxford University isn’t the only group working on an iPad-controlled car,” Kelly Hodgkins reports for TUAW. “As reported by Wired, a team of Russian hackers have also developed their own version of this Bond-inspired automobile.”
“The group took an old Opel Vectra and installed a handful of actuators and controllers in the car. These electronics connect wirelessly to an iPad that has custom software to pilot the automobile,” Hodgkins reports. “The new hardware effectively takes over the steering and the shifting, removing control of the car from the driver and putting it under the capable guidance of an iPad.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]