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An iPhone app to drive a car has been created by computer scientists (I was going to say commuter scientists) in Germany. The "driver" can operate Spirit of Berlin the steering, brakes, and accelerator pedal by simply tilting and stroking their iPhone.
A video camera placed on the dashboard transmits a signal to the iPhone, which allows the 'remote driver' to see everything in front of the car and adjust the car's movements accordingly.
The commands are transmitted from the iPhone via radio to the power transmission in the car. The user can park a car on the ground level as far away as the fourth floor of a building.