First shown at the recent New York International Auto Show (see story, p. 5) is a driver distraction simulation commissioned by General Motors Corp. to lightheartedly show the dangers of distracted driving. The simulation (D3 — The Driver Distraction Demonstration) was created by Enlighten, an Ann Arbor, MI-based design, development and consulting company, as part of GM's new SenseAble driving initiative. Enlighten says it worked with GM safety engineers to visually simulate the ...
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