Most people don't enjoy long car rides if they're in the backseat, but with Toyota's new 'Window to the World' concept, that boredom may become a thing of the past.
Everyday tools and appliances now come equipped with "smart" technologies, from do-it-all cellphones to refrigerators that play digital photo slideshows and even have built-in televisions. So it seems only logical that the next logical progression is to apply smart technology to cars.
Toyota's 'Window to the World' program allows backseat passengers to draw on the window and even zoom in on objects they are passing by. Touch-screen technology would allow passengers to see how far objects are in the distance, see things up close and generally become more aware of the things around them.