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The Tesla community is the best.It's not identical due to foliage changing, Google Maps took these back in Febuary, but...
1. Eucalyptus Treeline (An Australian always knows)
2. Sewer Grate (Boosted the shadows a bit)
3. Weird Structure on corner of building (This is what seals the deal I think)
4. Succulent (Chinese Meal)
5. Tree Curvature (Good to see it's doing so well!)
47623 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538, United States
Google describes it as a "Delivery Centre" or "Delivery Hub".
Dude, in your case you have to add another adjective to the BAW. Dumb. LolIs that a "big-ass wiper"? Or a "big ass-wiper"?
I was originally (back when BAW first came on the scene) reading it as "big <exclamatory emphasis> wiper". But somehow today I am reading it as either:
- a wiper for large asses
- a large wiper for asses
If I had to take a guess, I would say the tires are Goodyear wrangler territory RT or MT tires. Goodyear did the custom tires for the prototype that sidewall matched the hubcaps. This sidewall looks like it might match the wranger territory.I know these tires and wheels are likely a temporary/ testing setup, but the dirty truck plus the testing tires gives the Cybertruck a very no-nonsense, industrial look. The wires and junk hanging off don’t help.
I almost like these wheels better than the other for that reason alone. Also worth noting, this looks like different, more off-road friendly tread than the tread we’ve seen previously. Looks like more aggressive side knobs. Also, the tires look like maybe they are running lower pressure?
An iPhone has a tiny cone of vision in a range of a couple feet. Hardly useful for object avoidance for a speeding car.Kinda don't think including lidar is that nutty though. Like, it isn't expensive. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Your iPhone has it.. Excited to see the FEATURES. We see the build, I wanna know specs. Like we all do.
Cool stuff. Apparently you can download an app for a Samsung note 10 as well. 3d scanning anyway. My first brick phone in 1993 didn't do that.An iPhone has a tiny cone of vision in a range of a couple feet. Hardly useful for object avoidance for a speeding car.
Samsung Note 10 has a ToF sensor that I'm hoping is part of the Samsung camera deal Tesla made after CT reveal. Gives range per pixel at high frame rate by pulsing a IR light at megapixel sensor. Sort of like a solid state lidar, but no moving parts or scanning, and much higher accuracy and framerate, all at the price point of a decent global shutter camera. Will be fantastic to have them all over the CT.Cool stuff. Apparently you can download an app for a Samsung note 10 as well. 3d scanning anyway. My first brick phone in 1993 didn't do that.