In case you really can’t get enough of the web at home, work or in internet cafes, a rather bright CIMA student has come up with a device to let you enjoy the pleasures of surfing in your car.
Robert Stephens and colleagues at Bunnyfoot, who call themselves ‘web-usability specialists’, have adapted a car, which they have christened the bunnymobile, that allows drivers to use the net without taking their eyes off the road.
‘The contents of websites and emails are read out to the driver in a voice not dissimilar to that associated with Professor Stephen Hawking,’ says the company. Bunnymobile is only a prototype. But Stephens says such a device will allow motorists to turn their car into an extension of their office. No getting away from it all in the future then.
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