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High Tech Rear View Mirror Video Cameras Need Magnifying Zoom F

  • We've all been fooled by automotive rearview mirrors before regarding the distance of other objects. Sometimes things seem closer, sometimes farther depending on the rearview mirror. Many automotive mirrors even have notations on them, you've probably seen this before; "objects appear closer than they really are," and maybe this helps explain what I mean here. Okay so, let's talk about all this.

    You see, it would be nice not to have to look at the super small object in the rearview mirror as if it were on your iPhone. Is there any way to solve this problem? Of course there is  tech website , one way is to use a video camera with high definition and a bigger screen for our car. This may be especially helpful with high-performance cars, or delivery vehicles that do a lot of backups.

    Well, recently there was an interesting article on the GizMag Tech website entitled; "Infiniti EMERG-E demonstrator makes global debut," posted on July 3, 2012 and one of the features on this sleek and sexy Infinity sports car is the high-tech side mirrors, so there are no additional parasitic barriers to the rear view mirrors adhering to the sides of the car, not just a mirror stump with a tiny video camera inside, it's super cool, and looks really cool.

    Well, I want to give these engineers some advice, because they probably don't think like us intense drivers who are going to use a car. You see, owners and drivers will need looks, but we demand absolute performance, and we also want the bells and whistles to serve our desires. You know, like the drink holder that will stick to our drink and hold it while turning a 3G corner, or when it hits 60 mph from the start in 2.6 seconds. Who needs their drink all over the car or dashboard in the event of maximum braking?

    Furthermore, if high-performance drivers are going to actually use these cars, they'll also need to know what's behind them, like how far back whoever they last passed, or if there's a car with a light bar on it, or a cyclist. with police equipment. Having a high definition video camera should probably be a standard feature on all vehicles of this type, but also on delivery vehicles, if nothing else for safety. Indeed, I hope you will consider all this and think about it. Let me know if you have any new innovative ideas along these lines of thinking.

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