Math professor develops better car side-mirror

New mirror above standard mirror

R. Andrew Hicks, a mathematics professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia, has designed a mirror that shows a much wider field of vision and will eliminate the blind spot where side and rear-view mirrors fail to overlap. The mirror covers about 45°, compared to about 16° for the mirrors in use now. See New Side-Mirror.

3 Responses to “Math professor develops better car side-mirror”

  1. Joel Says:

    NEW MIRROR DOESN’T SHOW SAME VIEW AS OLD ONE, DUH!

  2. Science and techno world Says:

    This is a very good news because this car side mirror will help a lot to reduce traffic accidents.


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