Saw an article yesterday on Gizmodo about whether Cornell University’s study on using two stereo cameras up front on the windshield was a better idea and less expensive one than using a LiDAR system and whether this showed that Tesla was correct in its approach (although not much on this directly in the article). https://gizmodo.com/elon-musk-was-right-cheap-cameras-could-replace-lidar-1834266742 As you know Tesla has 3 cameras in use in the windshield rear view camera mounting. Here’s a link to the Cornell University paper to be presented in June at a conference: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1812.07179.pdf The paper or the press on it makes it sound like this approach is new but isn’t this basically what Tesla has been doing all along? Maybe this is “new” research to some out there? Glad to see the study but confused.