Prototype Headlight ‘Sees’ Through Rain and Snow Intel and Carnegie Mellon University researchers develop a prototype headlight they say can give drivers a clearer view of the road by avoiding lighting up raindrops and snowflakes. The system uses a camera that tracks the path of raindrops or snowflakes and processes that information to selectively black out parts of the headlight beam. Quick processing makes it possible to shine light only around precipitation and not onto ...

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