project for budding electrical engineer

Rear-end collisions are the most common type of collision between two motor vehicles. This accelerometer-responsive brake light will reduce
the number and the severity of rear-end collisions on the road. design is implemented as a third brake light, consisting of several columns of super-bright red light emitting diodes (LEDs) which illuminate relative to the acceleration of the vehicle. The system consists of the accelerometer, the microcontroller and the display. The acceleration of the car is relayed to the microcontroller, which then determines how many columns of LEDs to illuminate. This warning is then received by following cars providing additional reaction time, helping to avoid an accident."
please explain me the basic idea behind this so that i can work on it?
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The basic idea is, some people are stupid, and others try to invent complicated gadgets to compensate. These rarely work.
A car that's accelerating is unlikely to be struck by a following vehicle. A car that's decelerating, on the other hand, can easily be struck, but this has little to do with lights. If you are driving in a safe manner, you'll have all the reaction time you need, because you'll be paying attention to what's in front of you and you won't be crawling up somebody's tailpipe.
If you want to build a fancy, impressive gadget, you can design or modify a bluetooth headset that let's you know when you've dropped a call.
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You are the budding electrical engineer; you figure it out!
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no_one wrote:

Budding? Isn't that how some lower life forms reproduce?
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