Taking a cue from their own 1960-1961 Ford Starliner, Dearborn designers sliced the old boxy superstructure from their big hardtop body, raked the windshield to lower overall height about 1.5 inches, then applied a new roofline sloped more gradually to the rear deck. Its inside height -- nearly 50 inches -- permitted the hauling of tall items. Walk around your house, inside and out, and "case the joint." Look for signs of weakness, where a burglar could most easily gain entry.
Put an incomplete circle inside the large rectangle for the spare tire. Even with concept cars that have been prototyped and put on display, the future of luxury still remains decidedly difficult to pin down. If the contacts incorporate a display, the user might be able to see highlighted objects, expanded peripheral views, zoomed visuals or even text and other information superimposed on reality -- in other words, augmented reality. This is yet another technological advance that might turn yesterday's sci-fi virtual heads-up display into reality in the near future. Ngo, Denise. "Archive Gallery: PopSci Envisions Your Future Home." Feb. 25, 2011. (Sept. So what does all of this tell the average homeowner about the average burglar?