‘Attention Powered Car’ Designed To Reduce Crashes, Links Driver Focus With Machine Performance [VIDEO]

As automakers race to develop driverless cars, an Australian technology company has developed a tool to bring the man back into the loop: an interface that measures the attention of the human driver, and makes adjustments accordingly.
In a partnership with the Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia, electronics company Emotiv offers a car equipped with a matching headset designed to reduce the frequency of highway crashes caused by inattention.