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Samsung Develops "Smart Windshield" for Motorcycles

04/11/2016 3:34 PM

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Samsung "smart windshield" HUD is targeting "young riders" so they can stay connected with their text messaging, Face Book, phone calls and everything else that distracts drivers, young and old. Distracted driving is bad enough with 4 wheels under you an now they want to plaster all this crap on a 2 wheeled motor cycle's windshield? That's all we need now. I foresee a lot more accidents and the death rates going up on a magnitude of 10 fold.

Here in California it's legal to lane split, that's passing in-between 2 cars going down the "white dashed lane divider." There's enough wrecks and fatalities because of lane splitting with out having a rider, (young or old) being distracted by a text from the girl he met the night before popping up on his "smart windshield" Next will be "smart automobile windshields" and I'm sure the kids will love that!

My feeling is, the only thing that should be displayed on a HUD or any display in the driver's line of sight, should only display pertinent information relating to the operation of the vehicle, speedometer, engine oil and temperature, etc.

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04/11/2016 3:48 PM

I ride a motorcycle and I agree with you, only takes 1 second on a bike and your dead.

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04/11/2016 4:34 PM

C'mon, this has got to be a leftover April Fools Day story.

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04/11/2016 4:47 PM

I would hope so! Maybe the Admin. should chime in on this one? It's bad enough with lane splitting, now their encouraging sexting while riding on 2 wheels?

Kinda sounds like we're going backwards

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04/11/2016 4:48 PM

I agree,

HUD is one thing to show, speed and other bike updates.

But f it's for text, then not there is no hope left.

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04/11/2016 4:54 PM

If that's a new concept of road "safety", I've got a new concept of gun "safety" which should serve the same purpose at 1/10 the cost.

It's probably almost 100% effective where the "new concept of road safety" could leave some pretty nasty after effects.

What an incredibly STUPID idea.

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04/11/2016 5:03 PM

Now Lyn,... Don't go shooting your mouth off.

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04/11/2016 5:05 PM

Or, my eye out?

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04/11/2016 5:25 PM

Not quite as bad as you think. From the article (italics mine):

"The display-which actually sits beneath the windshield rather than replacing it-does not allow for any interactivity on the part of the rider."

It is still a bit of a distraction, but they currently have Bluetooth headsets they are already using which enable them to actually answer those calls.

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04/11/2016 5:31 PM

The very fact that it, "actually sits beneath the windshield rather than replacing it" means the rider must look down, while riding, to use it.

Death waiting to happen.

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04/11/2016 7:55 PM

No, it's not a good idea, any way you look at it. But everybody is portraying this useless invention as if it was a full-on HUD from an Apache helicopter.

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04/11/2016 8:27 PM

Everybody? I agree with your earlier post, you reading this wrong.

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04/11/2016 6:09 PM

Even voice to text, you still have to find and hit the send button.

When I got tired of flying to and from, so I tried Amtrak, I had an hour long bus ride (Amtrak Charter) and the driver had his cell phone mounted on the left arm rest/console, so it looked almost as if he was checking his side mirror when he inter-acted with it. I don't know who he was talking to, but he was excited! He did have voice to text but he still had to take his eyes off the road to find the send button, That was the last time I rode Amtrak, so much for a relaxing ride! And yes I do have it video recorded an went back to driving myself.

So, now we have these "young rider's" doing 80+mph down a freeway and trying find the send button on their smart phone? Don't sound to smart to me

Sounds like the making of another "Darwin's Award" to me!

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04/11/2016 7:38 PM

Either you are missing my point, or I misinterpreted the phrase "does not allow for any interactivity on the part of the rider."
My interpretation of that is that there is NO send button, no answer button, it is simple notification. If they think it is important, they can get off the road, take off their helmet, dig out their smart phone and answer it. That is if they don't already have a helmet with an embedded Bluetooth interface. In that case, the notification panel is a useless waste.
They already have the technology to be stupid and take a call/text. It is the whole idea of talking/texting while driving that is dumber than a box of rocks. Basically, I think this is just a useless invention, that nobody will want or use.

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04/11/2016 7:53 PM

Blue tooth or not, it's still a distraction.

It's not just handling the bike, it's also watching out for other people not paying attention.

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04/12/2016 12:56 AM

Your right in that they say there's no interaction with the display, and there doesn't have to have a button to push to be a distraction, because most kids guys will pull the phone out to answer a text message. I've had a couple motorcycle riders pass by me on the freeway with their phone in their hand.

I'm not saying it's a useless idea, I like the concept of HUD, as long as it only displays the pertinent information about the operation of the vehicle and or navigation, I have an app that displays a HUD for my speedometer and GPS and I like it, but anything else would be a distraction.

My biggest problem with Samsung, is they're targeting a younger audience that isn't mature enough to pull over to the side of the road, let alone take the phone off their ear while driving. But that also goes for some mature (Sr.) adults too.

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04/12/2016 3:23 AM

Probably an invention that is looking for a need. To me, the whole point of biking is to get slightly away from the humdrum of commuting by car. Ok, so I get there quicker 'cause I lane split (legal here and fairly safe if you use that rare commodity, common sense) and parking is a dream. Bargain. But the illusion of freedom in a traffic jam, beauts! I even have a bluetooth-connected GPS device but I disabled the phone functionality. It is distracting. And when you are doing 150 km/h on a dirt road You don't need it. Most things can wait an hour or so. Ah, but it's aimed at the youngsters, the always-on lot, and that is the worrying thing, as mentioned elsewhere.

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04/11/2016 7:17 PM

No, it's worse

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04/11/2016 9:16 PM

Wow!

I don't understand why there's so much negativity on this really useful concept. This technology will surely produce more organ donors than any public service announcement ever dreamed of producing.

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04/12/2016 7:25 AM

That's the spirit.

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04/11/2016 11:40 PM

Oh! We're more on to "Smart Sun-shield"

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04/12/2016 4:48 AM

A thoroughly stupid idea, though judging by the number of young riders I see texting with a hand-held phone on their twist and go scooters, the target audience for this device, it won't make much difference, except other road users won't see the phone in the hand and be aware to start with...

'Lane splitting' or 'filtering' as we call it is actually safer than queueing for a motorcyclist, too many distracted (texting?) drivers, sleepy drivers or 'impaired' drivers don't see a bike just the vehicle in front of it, if anything at all, without a steel cage around us the best place to be is not directly behind another vehicle but alongside and several (as many as possible) vehicles forward from the impact zone.

Photo to illustrate, there's much worse online if you can stomach looking at them: http://cjonline.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/superphoto/13707334_3.jpg

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04/12/2016 10:14 AM

I agree that lane splitting can be safer and it helps relieve traffic congestion as well. One of the other things to remember about lane splitting in California is that their highway lanes are much wider than most other states highways, especially down in the LA area. I was surprised to see how much wider they were. I rode in California for four years or so back in the eighties.

Although legal, I did not generally lane split unless traffic was more or less stopped. If it was going 15-20 mph or greater, I just kept my lane. When I did split lanes, I wouldn't ride any faster than I could stop if someone decided to change lanes.

Some riders are just stupid, rude and inconsiderate. And that's a shame because the actions of a few taint the entire population of riders. Fortunately, they don't stay riders for very long.

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04/12/2016 10:19 AM

All I know is being from Wisconsin, and then driving in California for business. When you're driving, you make your decision and DO it. no pussy footing around.

in other words, to drive in California you have to be aggressive or you're going to create an accident.

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04/12/2016 12:07 PM

LOL Phoenix, one of those moments when I realized just how different Wisconsin was. A person slowly creeps down the ramp to get on the interstate, stops, and puts on their turn signal. Person on interstate STOPS to let them out! I damn near ended up it that idiots trunk

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04/12/2016 12:47 PM

Lol....I know we have drivers that are courtesy, but that's ridicules .... We also have drivers that don't know chit. Or a blue hair geriatric, and they usual export themselves To Florida.

In California, I learned quick. Listen to the radio, car turn over on 5, on fire, expect delays.

Lately, as in the past 4 weeks, driving in town (Green Bay (home) and manitowoc (work)), I notice some yahoos usually 20 something women with POS cars or 30 something driving around in big silverados running red lights, as though they are trying to beat the yellow, which turned red long gone.

It's a habit now for me, when the light turns green, I'll wait and I'll blast the horn, the last 3 red light runners was this past week.

So you need full attention, and not checking your text messages on your smart windshield. Because I may not be there for those yahoos. ;-)

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04/12/2016 2:47 PM

".... California you have to be aggressive or you're going to create an accident"

It's more like, California you have to be aggressive or you will be the accident! The SOB's here will run you over and Not Look Back, forward or sideways. It's funny what an imaginary state line does to some people's attitudes

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04/12/2016 3:00 PM

When I was driving, I thing I-5.... I was used to the 2 second rule.... but that when out the window.

the traffic flow was 80 MPH, and if you had anything more of what seemed like a car length of room between you and the car in front of you, That was space for another car, which was soon taken.

Also being from Wisconsin, I was not used to the lane with the diamonds on it, which was open.... And I took that until I felt uncomfortable because it was not right, that lane was open, and the rest was bumper to bumper, good thing I left, because where I was working, they informed me not to get caught using that lane.

Another thing I can't understand, is the time people are willing to travel a day to work and back.... That alone is a good part of the day.

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04/12/2016 5:02 AM

Charging the manufacturers/suppliers with corporate manslaughter for each death occurring while the device is in use would be an effective way of regulating such devices. Perhaps the legislation could be extended to using mobile phones while driving. In the UK we have laws banning the use of mobiles while driving which exclude hand free operation. If your girlfriend rings you in the car and tells you she is pregnant with your baby, and has just informed your wife, you are equally distracted whether or not you received the call hands free.

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04/12/2016 3:11 PM

"Charging the manufacturers/suppliers with corporate manslaughter for each death occurring while the device is in use would be an effective way of regulating such devices."

That's a slippery slope, how long until the car makers get sued for every accident that involves their vehicle, regardless of who hit who ('No-fault' insurance states). Or if makers of football helmets were sued every time someone wearing their helmet got a concussion or a neck injury (No defense is perfect, some blows will be hard enough to overwhelm the helmet's protection. And the helmet does not protect the neck at all, but the head protection can lead to feelings of invincibility, which leads to more aggressive play, which increases the chance for injuries, including neck injuries).

Making the manufacturers criminally liable for misuse of their products is sheer insanity. Should Sears be sued because the 'claw hammer killer' used a Craftsman hammer to beat his wife's head in?

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04/12/2016 3:33 PM

No, you don't sue the car makers... you look towards the user, then the cell phone makers....

Also, if your caught texting while driving, you are automatically classified as a Organ Donor

(as in the 58 second mark)

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04/12/2016 5:35 AM

This is good, they can fill out their organ donor forms online while riding.

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04/12/2016 8:02 PM

Is this a "Darwin Catalyst", making the process of Darwinian evolution more efficient?

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Nah, it's self curing, no catalyst, nor common sense needed!

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04/13/2016 12:05 AM

I don't want a pickle, I just wanna ride on my mōtorsicle.

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Good ol' Arlo.

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Actually I think it's nickle but that didn't seem to work, er fit.

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04/13/2016 10:45 AM

Just wanna ride my motor cy - - - cle.

You gotta sing it with that kind of enthusiasm.....

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04/13/2016 11:11 AM

Get your motor runnin'
Head out on the highway
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04/13/2016 9:36 PM

Too bad Step'n Wolf doesn't have a reunion concert, huh? That would be a MAJOR PARTY!

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Careful Lyn, you'll get censored, might be too kinky.

Strange, TommeyReed can make threats of physical harm and that ok with Admin. but I post a link to a Darwin's Award, it gets not only deleted, but you get spanked, Oops, spanking can be construed as kinky or abusive, so I didn't say it, okay

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Go figure.

I don't know why he posted a third time and I don't know why we keep going back to it.

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Apparently IHS sold CR4® to TommeyReed and hasn't told anyone about it.

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Re: Samsung Develops "Smart Windshield" for Motorcycles

04/13/2016 9:30 PM

Man, if I had known that Darwin's Awards link was in appropriate, I sure wouldn't have posted it! It was a link that shows, "just when you thought you seen it all or heard it all," Some fool will top it!!

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Re: Samsung Develops "Smart Windshield" for Motorcycles

04/13/2016 3:24 AM

Does have some practical value though. None of your fakesbook friends will miss your funeral. S.M.

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