The age of losing control of your daily travels to the whims of your robot-controlled car are one step closer to reality thanks to the innovators at Japan's ZMP Inc. The company has just unveiled the RoboCar designed to be used in the development of larger robotically-controlled commercial vehicles.
Utilizing the Linux operating system, the RoboCar features WiFi, eight infrared range sensors, CCD stereo cameras, a gyro sensor, and a three-axis acceleration sensor. But unless you're a major car maker, you probably won't want to seriously entertain the RoboCar's $6,119 price tag. You can see video of the RoboCar in action here.