Thanks to Japanese scientists of famous car manufacturer Nissan you could soon have self-driving slippers that can park themselves. With help from ProPilot Park driving technology, these smart slippers can park themselves at a push of a button. As per the reports, each slipper is equipped with two tiny wheels, a motor and sensors in order to drive across the lobby using the technology.  This new technology is also used in the latest version of Nissan’s electric self-driving car. These new type of slippers was first introduced at Japan’s Ryokan Inn which is located near Tokyo and the place is famous for its view of Mout Fuji. The same has been created to promote the Nissan’s new self-driving car.Also Read - Clubhouse to Roll New Feature on Oct 27 that Let People Share Outside Links, and Monetise Their Work

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And the car has even won the best of Innovation at the Consumer Electronics Show.  With the help of high tech sensors and cameras, the car can locate and reverse into parking areas without any help of a driver. “The self-parking slippers are meant to raise awareness of automated driving technologies, and their potential, non-driving applications,” Nissan spokesman Nick Maxfield told Reuters. Also Read - Motorola Edge 20 Pro: Should You Buy It Or Not? Watch This Review Video To Find Out

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Many car makers are developing self-driving technologies, including Tesla which has developed the first mass-market electric car. As per Reuters reports, men were more comfortable with self-driving cars compared to women. A study of 2600 people in the USA was conducted and the results showed that 38% of men found self-driving comfortable and just 16% of women were keen about the same.  Overall 27% believed that they would feel safe in a driverless car. But will their opinions now differ on self-driving slippers? What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.