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3D-printed body kits look like the future of customizing cars (Tomorrow Daily 383 show notes)

Ordering and installing custom 3D-printed panels for your whip has never been so easy.


Humans have to learn to drive, but so do autonomous cars; that's where Synthia comes in. Synthia is a simulation designed to teach self-driving cars how to navigate complex situations and avoid obstacle collision.

We're also taking a look at Daihatsu's collaboration with Stratasys. Using 3D printing, owners of a Daihatsu Copen will be able to order custom, textured panels for their cars. Is this the future of car modding?

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Customizing your car is about to get more futuristic (Tomorrow Daily Podcast 383)

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