The Anti Sleep Pilot Determines if You are Fit to Drive

 - Nov 24, 2010
References: antisleeppilot & ohgizmo
It's scary to think that falling asleep at the wheel could happen to anyone at any time, but the Anti Sleep Pilot hopes to put an end to these simple yet tragic occurrences. It attaches to a car's dashboard and records the motions of the car. It also evaluates the driver's reflexivity by conducting simple, random tests that requires him or her to touch it.

If the Anti Sleep Pilot deems that you are not fit to drive based on slow responses or erratic car movements, it will flash red lights to warn you to stop. If you are in the clear, it glows green.