MercedesBenz SClass stability system uses sensors stereo camera…

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class stability uses sensors, stereo (w/ Video)

(Phys.org) —This German automaker Mercedes-Benz put the on alert to its latest ride technology in an entertainment-focused ad effort chickens, not luxury sedans. The is that many bloggers are a lot about the chickens. The ad promoting the new S-class cars breaks the industry advertising mold, in a to a viral ad-inducing stare at an curiosity. In this instance, the are intended as metaphor for the feature Magic Ride Control. involves a stabilized ride has been compared to a magic ride. The ad, though, had no signs of carriages on wheels racing on highways or pulling up to opera

Instead the ad showed elegant hands moving live around in disco moves set to a Ross song. Their were made to move in all directions while their (naturally) remained immobile. on the ad this week were to detail the reason the chicken’s does not move while the does, and that is due to the vestibulo-ocular allowing chickens to keep skulls stationary, a novel to the human observer, even as bodies are lifted and moved

The chicken viewing experience is to be a metaphor for the wonders of a technology in a suspension system that the driver will experience at all times. The wheels take the and contours of the road while the and the chassis stay stable.

to the company, Magic Body combines the advantages of the active system Active Body (ABC) with the Road Scan function– a stereo that scans the road and registers the road surface and its

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The works through sensors, dampers, and the pair of cameras, at the top of the windshield, which go to work to the road for any imperfections. They lumps and bumps and send data to the suspension system to sure that people the best possible ride.

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Suspension undergoes adjustments of times per second to soak up the and potholes. According to reports, the can scan a road’s surface 49 ahead in real time moving along, to assess conditions.

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The unique aspect of our suspension is that we now use stereo cameras to the road surface in real up to fifteen meters ahead of the according to the Mercedes spokesman in promotional video that not feature any animals. The function is as the road surface scan, he The stereo cameras measure the of obstacles with a precision of millimeters or better and at speeds of up to a kilometers per hour.

He said the whole idea Magic Body Control is to drivers to experience as little of the surface as they want. means you glide over the surface as if you were on a magic

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