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See how Tesla “sees” its surroundings as it moves on its own

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Tesla has been testing the near-full Self-Driving Beta system for some time now. In the first round, about 1000 people took part in testing, now their number has doubled.

In the video below you can see how the autopilot’s machine vision works and how the car itself “sees” the surrounding space.

In this case, the video is also interesting because the car moves in the city among many other cars, passes traffic lights, intersections and pedestrian crossings. That is, within certain limits, this is a full-fledged autopilot. Of course, Tesla warns that the driver must keep an eye on the road, and the function works, provided there are clear markings, but these are still much more impressive capabilities than just automatic driving on the highway.

 

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