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It's beneficial to the safety and happiness of other
motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians if they can see the
driver of a motor vehicle, for the purpose of
understanding the driver's intent and hand/face signals.
Unfortunately, this driver is usually behind a windshield,
which reflects the
sky, said sky being much
brighter than said driver. Therefore, I propose that
windshields be given some kind of anti-reflective
surface treatment. If it's the moth-eye type , it could
even double as a superhydrophobic surface, meaning
you might not need windshield wipers!
 moth-eye anti-reflective coating idea by [xaviergisz]
[notexactly, May 19 2018]
||Ive never looked at the driver of a car, as I cant
see into the car to see them. I always look at the
headlights when Im thanking the car for stopping,
as it looks like the eyes of a face, with the chrome
||Exactly. I always look at the car's face, when it's the driver's
face that often conveys more information (though turn
signals are useful).
||With vehicles being able to detect if drivers are
asleep or not, the next bit of technology shoukd be
for the face of the car to mimic the face of the driver.
Some flexy bits on the bumper and over the
headlight bezels should do the trick.
||So, if the driver is asleep, the headlights will be conpletely