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Crave Ep. 139: Pay attention or this car won't drive

NASA's Finder radar detects human heartbeats in disaster areas, and the Attention Powered Car slows down if you're distracted.

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NASA has created a briefcase-size radar system for detecting human life in disaster rubble. Plus, we take a look at the Rideye, a black-box camera for your bike, and take a ride in a car that won't drive unless you're paying attention.

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