Tesla Detects ‘Ghosts’ in Graveyard Next to Real Life Conjuring House

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You probably don’t want to know this, but the movie The Conjuring is actually based on a real house called the Arnold Estate. The Conjuring is a horror film about people who are dealing with a dark presence in their home, and that’s the house a man was driving past when his car began to detect something.

The Incident

For those who don’t know, Teslas have sensors that can detect when an object is nearby. A man was driving past the Arnold Estate when his Tesla began to show various figures on the screen. As the car continued forward, more and more of these mysterious entities appeared on the screen. Eventually, the car was surrounded by them. As of the time of writing, no explanation has been given as to how this occurred.

The Internet’s Reaction

Perhaps the least surprising part of this incident is that people on the internet were completely terrified after watching the clip. One person wrote, “The way they all slowly started congregating around the vehicle.” While another echoed, “​​That is WILD. They were checking out the Tesla like, ‘Oooh. What is that?’” If you’d like to try this out with your own Tesla, the Arnold Estate does offer tours and overnight stays.

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Just don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Here’s Everything There Is to Know About the New Digital Matrix Headlights of Audi A8

The revamped A8 model of Audi is coming with brand new digital headlamps. Debuted by the latest model, this groundbreaking feature ‘directional lane light’ consists of matrix LED headlamps with a crucial DMD or ‘digital micro-mirror device.’ These headlamps flood the forwarding-focused lane with a smooth rectangle of light, do a 90o switch on and off to cover the entire lane without leaking sideways, and also project two lines of superimposed arrowheads atop the street tarmac to point the way through the darkness. Let’s delve more into this brilliant futuristic technology.

The New Technology

This DMD technology is generally used in cinemas for video projectors. It incorporates a total of 1.3 million micro-mirrors, each with a length of a few thousandths of a millimeter. The controlling chip uses data from the sensors and camera of the Audi A8 and the angle of each tiny mirror can be adjusted up to 5000 times a second. As a result, the light pixels can be shone or masked in a vast array of directions. The lamps don’t generate a static beam anymore, but instead, act like a digital image that’s constantly regenerating. The mighty matrix processing power has the vast capability of exerting an electrostatic field on the micro-mirrors to shift their position, enabling an almost infinite array of light patterns.

The Next Level

Technology that dips headlights automatically for oncoming traffic is not so new in the automobile world. However, the Audi A8, the first-ever Audi to feature digitized lamps on front and rear, has noticeably taken it to the next level. With stunning light choreography, the futuristic headlamps of the Audi A8 respond to the surroundings by constantly switching light areas on and off, with projected graphical info like directional arrows or even hazard warnings. This innate sense of clear safety is completed with cosmetic and trendy features of communicating with other drivers on the road by using car lights.