LEDs sure get put to some creative uses: here they're built into the "world's first anti-glare LED panel for night-drivers." The idea is that at night your pupils naturally dilate to let more light in, but while driving this can result in dazzle and glare from other cars' head- and tail-lights. So you just strap this gizmo to your sun visor, and it shines gentle (adjustable) light onto your face, making your pupils shrink enough to reduce glare, but still letting you see. Sounds sensible, but this safety and comfort comes at a cost: around $363. [Red Ferret]
Yeah, and while you're at it, why don't you retrofit your car with a hydrogen engine, add hovering technology and a FLUX compensator for those annoying instances where the cop pulls you over for speeding. That way, you can just go back in time and warn yourself. You should make those 363 bucks back in no time from saved tickets.