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World's first 3D "black box" technology for cars unveiled

Engineering consultancy firm Roke Manor Research has unveiled what it claims to be the world's first viable 3D "black box" technology for vehicles.

The firm demonstrated how data captured via a single dashboard camera can be used to provide a precise 3D reconstruction following a road incident. The technology aims to help develop safer vehicles and build public trust in driverless cars.

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World's first 3D "black box" technology for cars unveiled

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