Toyota Interactive Window Is Already Making Me Angry With My Future Children

I realize that, in posting this video, I am pretty much only talking about how I want something from a commercial. It’s basically like I just sent you all a link to my Urban Outfitters online shopping cart. But. Just stay with me for a second! This window thing, called “Window to the World,” comes from the engineers and designers from Toyota Motor Europe and the Copenhagen Instituted of Interaction Design, and I really hope that this is a thing that exists in all cars one day because IT IS SO GREAT! Not even all cars. But if it exists in some cars, there’s no way I’m NOT buying one of those cars, no matter the cost. I’m sure I will be very wealthy by the time this is in cars anyway. And if I’m not, I will either just steal one or rob a bank. And then I’ll just sit in the back seat and draw all the trees I want! And life will finally be good and perfect. And then I will just sit in there forever, drawing more and more trees, forever and ever until I finally die. And it will be so beautiful.

WHAT! Did you see that? Guys! Is this a prank? Where’s Ashton? There’s also no way I will not feel extremely jealous of my future children, who will get to play with this amazing thing, while I just have to drive a stupid car. “In my day,” I’ll say, “we didn’t HAVE interactive windows you could play with and that would tell you distances. All we had were flashcards with questions on them and Kids Travel: A Backseat Survival Guide, which was honestly pretty great, and maybe you would appreciate it still, but that’s all we had and we couldn’t even draw ANY trees at all unless we breathed on the glass! Can you imagine that? YOU APPRECIATE WHAT YOU HAVE.” And they’ll be like, “Shut. Up. Mother.” in a robot voice, because they will be on Auto-Kid because their real consciousness will be too involved in drawing trees and learning distances. (Via Autoblog.)