Smart car headlights that make rain almost invisible to drivers could ‘save lives on the roads”

In the worst thunder storm, a motorist in a car traveling at around 20mph would notice a 70% improvement in visibility using the prototype developed by Intel and Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, USA.
The system becomes less accurate at faster speeds but creators say it would still have a marked improvement on visibility.
Developers hope the technology could be fitted in cars within a decade.
The research has been developed by Intel and academics at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science.