Famous Japanese automaker Nissan has introduced ProPILOT Park’s proprietary parking technology into the most common slippers of the ProPILOT Park Ryokan hotel complex. These slippers are able to “park” on their own when they are casually removed and left out of place.
Note that in 2016, Nissan did something similar, introducing office chairs with the function of parking.
Obviously, all this is nothing more than a creative advertising of the technology of parking space ProPILOT Park, used in cars Nissan. But the company has other interesting developments. In particular, Nissan offers to use in self-controlled cars special headsets, allowing to scan the brain activity of the driver and passengers to determine their condition. The development was called Brain-to-Vehicle. With its help, the car can be adjusted for the driver. For example, if he is too nervous or aggressive, the car will take additional security measures to avoid emergency situations.