At the CEATEC electronics trade show in Japan last week, Nissan showed off Eporo, a robotic car that not only mimics the behaviour of fish, but also manages to be very cute too.
The Eporo mini robot cars mimic schools of fish to avoid colliding into obstacles--including each other. They're an upgrades from the bumble bee-inspired BR23Cs.
Nissan opened its sixth worldwide research center in Sunnyvale, California, where it will research autonomous and connected car technologies.
roundup The Japanese equivalent of Las Vegas' CES and Berlin's IFA is packed to the skylights with practical products--and offers a glimpse into the future of gadgetry.