Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future
Dominic Wilcox must fall asleep in church a lot. The offbeat designer modeled his Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future concept vehicle after the stained glass windows of cathedrals, and calls it the "Mini Cathedral" for short. Wilcox created a prototype of the brilliantly-hued self-driving sleeper for the Dezeen and Mini Frontiers exhibition at 2014's London Design Festival.
Speaking of his project's motivation, Wilcox says, "I propose that in the year 2059 it will be statistically proven that it is safer to ride in a computer controlled 'driverless' vehicle than to ride in a human driven vehicle." Just 6 six years, rather than 45, later, his vision is already coming to light, albeit not such colorful light, and no vehicle interiors containing nothing more than a bed inside. Yet.
You can read more about the Stained Glass Driverless Sleeper Car of the Future in Wilcox's web portfolio, as well as see the rest of his zany inventions. You may have previously seen his One Foot Taller Periscope Glasses around here.