trains are predestined to be driven by computers, they basically are already. switches are generally controlled remotely, not by the driver, except sometimes on trams. on high speed lines, signals are being transmitted into the cockpit instead of standing beside the track. pretty much all a train driver has to do nowadays is operate the throttle/brakes and sometimes the doors correctly, and there are systems in place that prevent them from fucking that up. compare that with the huge machine learning with captchas clusterfuck that are computer-driven road vehicles
programming languages personified; it's old but classic
Just for fun, @koyu wave ascended.
@koyu Oh, also I hereby release this under the CC-BY license.
Now I need somewhere to upload #Blender project files, because BlendSwap's ToS grants them the CC license to your work.
@koyu wave final render. The stars are very subtle at that scale.
@koyu I just realised you missed the opportunity to add :buncryblood: for Halloween. ( but weeping blood)