Lexus Rc F: The Car With A Heartbeat

Jul 25th 2015 | lifestyle

Lexus appers to be working on some very interesting projects lately. Besides their Hoverbaord, which SINTILLATE featured previously in the month, Lexus has just uncovered a hacked RC-F, whose painted bodywork is reflects the driver’s heartbeat. This is achieved through an electroluminescent paint that lights up when it’s struck with an electric charge. The driver is required to be connected to a heart rate monitor and sensors which collect and process the biometric data.

Lexus Australia and M&C Saatchi Australia’s creative tech department are behind this project, which aims to show how thrilling it is to drive the RC-F. You probably won’t see this concept-car on public roads though. Too Bad.


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