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Lexus connects drivers and their cars too, using velcro adhesives to bond drivers to their V-LCRO seats.
And so does the new LeisureVans app offering to experience the power of driving in a fully autonomous RV. Using the latest advancements in software and ultrasonic hardware, their engineers have perfected the future of the self-driving vehicle. Just download an app from the App store and let it control your self-driving leisure travel van. While driving, the app will suggest you to get some coffee or have a snooze, if you look too tired. It will also make the car to wash itself when needed.
And if you don't even want to think about cars while enjoying a drive, use Ola rooms, converting cabs into mini-hotels coming to your door step. The room will drive by the views you like and restaurants you prefer. Although you could use Deliveroo’s telepathic food order to make it easier. And pre-lick food photos to make sure you like what you are ordering. Or order Google Express parachutes if you want to have your lunch right away.
The goal is to make virtual reality feel more compelling, more immersed, make it feel like actual reality.
The innovative gadget allows users to view the world in 4 dimensions with 20/20 resolution and 360 degrees of sound - assuming that's what is provided by your own senses. But if you prefer to trust other people's senses - try "Snoopavision," a 360-degree viewing experience with rapper Snoop Dogg. After all, "Dre has Beats, Jay has Tidal, Kanye has himself and now the world has Snoopavision," as says promotional video.
And if Virtual Reality still doesn’t seem real enough, ThinkGeek offers VR rig that could spray you with water, shoot stuff at you with a built-in projectile launcher, emit scent, and ticket you with cat arms if you so desire.
There were more smart home announcements gimmicky enough to pass off as April fools jokes, but we won't be talking about them here.
Slightly less bulky Gloves announced by Samsung and Toshiba could use 25 appropriate finger gestures, replacing laptops, tablets, smartphones, fitness trackers, watches, glasses and any other future mobile innovation.
Perhaps we should come back to this later.