This self-driving concept car is a health clinic on wheels, that checks your well-being during your daily commute.
The autonomous car was imagined by a Seattle-based design firm Artefact. The vehicle is described as a "concept service platform that monitors health through a network of connected home hubs, mobile apps, care and specialist teams, and yes, an autonomous driving vehicle."
The design sought to tackle problems with modern health care from the ground up, resulting in the conception of an autonomous commuter car with medical-infused smart technology integrated into the vehicle's everyday, mundane objects. This would include a mirror, tooth brush and toilet that can track vitals, without the user having to alter their routine. These data points would then be sent to a smartphone, where a visual summary could help the user keep track, and understand the information gathered, without having to consult a physician.