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This is a great Nissan X-trail commercial. It depicts a car that is capable of rapidly transforming to adapt to various terrains and environments.

It contains some amazing computer generated graphics aimed at inspiring us to imagine where the future of advanced robotics might lead.
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by Andres, on September 18 2007:
Just caught a glimpse of some amazing X-trail advertisements here in Italy.

I actually found this one by accident, I was searching for another one I wanted to show you.

I'm not sure if back in the states anyone has seen the X-trail commercial where four robots assemble outside of the tires and scan the area. It is a cool ad.

I'll add it as soon as I find it available online, unless of course, one of you smart folks beats me to it before I get back home :)

I hope you're all okay.

- Andres

by Andres, on September 18 2007:
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by Athan, on September 18 2007:
Option 4 in my opinion, if it's not too much of a bother. That way one can prioritize the best videos and weed out the ones that don't fit within the curriculum.

Very cool video Andres, hope you're having fun in Italy =)
by Andres, on September 19 2007:
Hiya Athan,

Having a great time in Italy, thanks!! :-)

I think 4 is the best option too.
by Patricia, on September 19 2007:
I totally agree with you both [1 & 3].
Hi Andres, hope you are having the best of times there in Italy!!!
by Andres, on September 19 2007:
Thanks a lot, Patricia.

Hey I just found the ad I wanted to show you all :)

Gonna go ahead and add it, uploading to youtube!

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