If you thought self-lacing sneakers were a thing, a premium hotel in Japan is taking futuristic footwear to the next level by introducing self-parking slippers that's infused with Nissan’s autonomous driving technology.
Essentially utilizing Nissan’s ProPILOT Park autonomous parking mechanism, the company developed a program for the slippers to park itself at the entrance of the traditional inn at the push of a button, ready for guests to use upon arrival, or be neatly lined up once more as guests depart.
This new system was first introduced in the all-new Nissan LEAF vehicle last year, as it's defined by the incorporation of the ProPILOT Park feature, which detects its surrounding objects and lets drivers automatically park the vehicle in a selected parking space by pressing a button.
Overall, this same tech in the self-parking slippers offer a quirky amenity for guests and essentially reduce staff workload.
Check out how it performs in the video above.
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