On the net, videos of Tesla detecting pedestrians as they circulate in alleys completely empty of cemeteries are creating a buzz. Are they really able to detect spirits?
Today, Tesla models are among the most technological cars on the market, capable, thanks to their sensors and other cameras, of detecting obstacles in the way and of differentiating between a pedestrian, a car, a truck or a vehicle. two wheels. A real technical feat for the brand ofElon Musk, become the star of tech enthusiasts and geeks of all kinds, while the buzz around the latter has multiplied in recent years. Precisely, the Californian firm is again talking about it, while a new challenge has just flourished on the web. Once is not customary, it is on TikTok that it happens, while this at least strange challenge consists of entering a cemetery with your Tesla and making it circulate in the aisles. Put like that, it sounds like a pretty ridiculous idea, but what do you expect, isn’t it inherent in challenges to defy logic?
Anyway, many Internet users are not caught up in the game, then filming their exploits before publishing them on the application, as is the tradition. And this is where things take a turn to say the least… paranormal. Because according to several users of the Chinese social network, their car would have detected pedestrians on several occasions, while no other human being was present on the spot, and even less in front of their vehicle. The digital handset, however, displayed the presence of people, before they stealthily disappeared. Admit that this is rather strange, while the sensors are logically sophisticated enough not to signal an individual who does not actually exist. Anyway, and if nothing proves that the Tesla are able to detect ghosts, these videos were enough to create the buzz around the brand and to arouse the curiosity of Internet users, more and more numerous to try. experience.
A simple technical bug?
For the time being, no rational explanation has been provided by Tesla, which however assures that its cars are not equipped with any mode of ghost detection. If for the moment, the mystery remains intact, everything suggests that it is a simple technical bug, the vehicle then confusing the graves with human beings, some having indeed a very specific shape, while height. Of course, it is obviously not excluded that all these videos are in reality only hoaxes, while it is now very easy to modify images using increasingly sophisticated software, which can then induce viewers into mistake. Anyway, these videos should keep us entertained for a while, before an explanation is finally found. Unless Elon Musk’s branded vehicles are truly wheeled ghost detectors, who knows?
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