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Tesla recently released some a cool video of what its Autopilot's neural net can see (video below), along with images of other systems powering Autopilot. One of these was an image for its evaluation infrastructure recruitment with a glimpse at its simulator. As you can see the simulator places many Tesla vehicles on the road, including the Cybertruck!

And just like the few times we've seen actual footage of the Cybertruck on public roads, it looks equally futuristic and ahead-of-its-time here.


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Full simulator image:

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Video showing what Autopilot's neural net sees:

 

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Visually, the image show the future of the road, 7 Tesla vehicle and only 3 ICE vehicle. We are looking at the future.
 

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The Cybertruck is looking good on the road and amazingly normal. Welcome to the future of motoring.
 

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Tesla recently released some a cool video of what its Autopilot's neural net can see (video below), along with images of other systems powering Autopilot. One of these was an image for its evaluation infrastructure recruitment with a glimpse at its simulator. As you can see the simulator places many Tesla vehicles on the road, including the Cybertruck!

And just like the few times we've seen actual footage of the Cybertruck on public roads, it looks equally futuristic and ahead-of-its-time here.


Cybertruck Easter Egg Image.jpg



Full simulator image:

Tesla-infrstructure.jpg




Video showing what Autopilot's neural net sees:

I still don’t understand why this very technology couldn’t help not only me, but 100s of thousands people with disability or conditions. Please explain....
I know, I know, some of you have and I so appreciate you guys.
But this? Cmon. Have my CT drive me around? That’s the s**t.
It would liberate me, returning my independent life. Epilepsy would no longer be an anchor.
So so many would benefit.
Cmon Tesla, hook me up and get this tech
nailed down.
Tri motor with my name on it...just saying.
 

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Something caught my eye. 2 left turn green lights. Don't understand how that signal works. 2nd one from left is green arrow, and far left is green. I guess the arrow can go red, but if the far left light stays green, you have to yield to on coming cars? BTW the landscape looks like behind Palo Alto or somewhere in the bay area.
 
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Something caught my eye. 2 left turn green lights. Don't understand how that signal works. 2nd one from left is green arrow, and far left is green. I guess the arrow can go red, but if the far left light stays green, you have to yield to on coming cars? BTW the landscape looks like behind Palo Alto or somewhere in the bay area.
The turn lights are synced. We have some here in Indiana. Not sure why they do that other than clarity, but they do that.
 

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I suspect tht will change once Big Ee gits this post.....
So I watched some of the screen stuff for autopilot (My Cyber is a good three years off. I ordered on January 30th or something so I'd be a year or three behind the "initial adopters, and closer to FDS when I got mine.), and I did not see that Tesla vehicles in general were any different as far as designation than any other car?
Shouldn't there be an Easter Egg "cool" designation when the car you are in spots another Tesla Vehicle?
And while whimsical now, when connectivity between vehicles becomes a thing the ability to spot vehicle that can link (other Tesla vehicles) will have to be in the software So it wouldn't be a waste of resources.
And it would also be a shadow of the future letting the person looking at the screen what is going to eventually be done.
 

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I suspect tht will change once Big Ee gits this post.....
So I watched some of the screen stuff for autopilot (My Cyber is a good three years off. I ordered on January 30th or something so I'd be a year or three behind the "initial adopters, and closer to FDS when I got mine.), and I did not see that Tesla vehicles in general were any different as far as designation than any other car?
Shouldn't there be an Easter Egg "cool" designation when the car you are in spots another Tesla Vehicle?
And while whimsical now, when connectivity between vehicles becomes a thing the ability to spot vehicle that can link (other Tesla vehicles) will have to be in the software So it wouldn't be a waste of resources.
And it would also be a shadow of the future letting the person looking at the screen what is going to eventually be done.

People in the Model 3 groups are trying to get a digital "Wave" or to send messages to others like high fives, or "nice car", or at least the ability to see them differently on the screen other than gray automobiles.
 

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Yeah, like face recognition. You'd think Tesla's should be able to recognize other Tesla's. :LOL::unsure::cool:
 
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