Photo credit: Hussain Almossawi
Tesla’s AI features the expected and then the unexpected, or at least for those who aren’t in the Elon Musk inner circle. why? He unveiled a humanoid robot that aims to eliminate dangerous, repetitive and boring tasks for humans. It needs shoes, and these ones by Hussain Almossawi would be perfect.
Elon Musk announced that the Tesla Cybertruck has been officially delayed until 2022, but for those who have pre-ordered and want to start picking up accessories, there’s the CyberLandr. This camper basically turns your vehicle into a miniature home of sorts on wheels.
Photo credit: Víctor Groten Rico
We know that SpaceX is set to eventually colonize Mars and once the first colony is being set up, we can expect lots of surface vehicles, most likely from Tesla. Industrial designer Victor Groten Rico envisions that one of them will look like the Tesla Module Rescue.
You may have seen electric vehicle charging robots before, but most, if not all, are years away from being released. So, this Tesla owner decided to make his own using a Raspberry Pi 4 computer as the brain. Simply put, the Raspberry Pi 4 is connected to a camera that can automatically detect where the illuminated blue charging port is using computer vision and machine learning.
It’s official, the AMD RDNA 2 GPU architecture will be powering the refreshed Tesla Model S and Model X infotainment systems, which consists of a 17″ Cinematic Display (2200×1300) as well as a secondary screen for second-row passengers. What this means is that it now has 10 TFLOPs of processing power, resulting in the ability to play the latest games without compromise.