Researchers at Penn State University have developed a fuel gauge that uses machine vision to give drivers an electronic image of exactly how much gasoline is left in the tank. Two transparent portholes at the top of the tank are used — one for light into the tank; the other allows a video camera attached to a computer to record depth lines. The computer's imaging software actually is trained in a calibration process where the tank is filled gradually and the position of the crossed lines ...

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