Spooky Video Shows Tesla Detecting ‘Ghosts’ In Empty Graveyard

The Tesla detection system is apparently so good that it can warn drivers to avoid hitting ghosts. A TikTok video of a Tesla detecting people in a graveyard went viral, despite the fact that the cemetery was apparently empty. Some claim that the Tesla vehicle detected ghosts, while others claim it was a technical error.

A man drove slowly through a deserted cemetery and videotaped it for TikTok. The car's Pedestrian Warning System alerts the driver when there is a pedestrian nearby while driving. However, as the camera pans away from the Tesla screen and into the background. Nobody is visible in the video. In the cemetery, there are only gravestones.

The video of alleged "ghosts" at the deserted cemetery quickly went viral. TikTok user @iam3dgar, real name Edgar Osornia, accompanied the footage with creepy music and captioned the video, "All the spirits came out today."

@iam3dgar All the spirits came out today… 😱😰 #ghost #spirit #cemetery #tesla #elonmusk #help #thebatman ♬ Spooky, quiet, scary atmosphere piano songs - Skittlegirl Sound

This isn't the first time a TikTok video has depicted "ghosts" detected by a Tesla in a cemetery. In 2021, TikTok user Yailin Murillo posted a video of her uncle's Tesla detecting people at a cemetery, despite the fact that there were no humans outside. TikTok user yailinmurillo's video even showed a "ghost" dog that wasn't there.

Many online commenters claimed that Tesla vehicles are capable of detecting ghosts. There are a few theories as to what is going on in these viral videos, however.

It's possible that a Tesla glitch is causing the car's collision avoidance system to malfunction and detect people who aren't actually there. Tesla's Autopilot system employs eight surround cameras and 12 ultrasonic sensors to detect "hard and soft objects." The system has 360-degree visibility around the car and a range of up to 250 meters.

The Tesla Model 3 has Forward Collision Warning, which gives drivers "visual and audible warnings in situations where there is a high risk of a frontal collision."

According to the Tesla website, "Forward Collision Warning—provides visual and audible warnings in situations where Model 3 detects a high risk of a frontal collision." "The Forward Collision Warning camera(s) and sensors are designed to monitor an approximate area of up to 525 feet (160 meters) in your driving path."

Another possibility is that the Tesla Pedestrian Warning System recognizes gravestones and memorial flowers as people

"It's better for safety if automated vehicles return more false positives than false negatives." According to IFLScience. "Consider whether it is preferable to falsely detect that a child has run into the road than to falsely not detect the same thing." As a result, when optimizing algorithms, it's better to play it safe and have the software return more false positives than false negatives."

The most intriguing theory is that Elon Musk's vehicle can detect the presence of dead people.

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