The technology in a car's dashboard has progressed exponentially in the last few years, but as of now, there's only one automobile that can paint the driver's portrait as he drives. Engineer and art collector Walter Vanhaerents outfitted his Lexus IS 300h hybrid with a large LCD screen that paints his image in the style of artist Sergio Abliac. Not only that, the software detects the manner in which Vanhaerents drives and adjusts the style accordingly. The slower he goes, his portrait is more detailed; drive fast, and the software takes on a more abstract flare. If he switches to the vehicle's electric drive train, the color scheme becomes bluer; warmer and more vibrant colors are used when he uses the gas engine. Take a look at the video and see if you'd like a Rembrandt under the hood, too.
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