Rob Wray from mp3Car talks with MaxBob about his car installation. He has fabricated his own semi-circular dash extension to re-locate the face plate of his radio. He has actually left the radio installed, and just moved the face plate that way he can put the 7 inch touch screen in place while not losing his FM radio.
Rob Wray from mp3Car Talks with Mike L. about his car computer install. What is unique about this install is the use of Garmin Mobile. Although it may look like it Garmin is not running in Centrafuse, it's the stand alone program.
Mike also has a VNC client for his windows mobile device that allows him to interact with his phone from using the touch screen instead of having to use the small 2 inch screen on the phone.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:37 PM by optikalefx
Rob Wray from mp3Car takes a look at Greg's car PC. Greg's Lexus has been tricked out with some very clean looking computer components.
Under the stock flip down panel reveals the normal Lexus screen. Greg has re-wired the open button to allow it switch the video input over to Centrafuse.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:39 PM by optikalefx
Rob Wray from mp3Car takes a look at Centrafuse 3.0 with Eric Brier. Eric shows how Centrafuse 3 is now much more modular than previous versions. The goal is to make Centrafuse more available to developers to expand the application that only a community can provide.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:41 PM by optikalefx
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Rob Wray from mp3Car interviews Cabe Sipes from Pimp My Ride and Rock the Boat about what modding cars is like on a TV set.
Cabe talks about his experience on the set of Pimp My Ride and how a fabrication team deals with car computer installs.
Cabe Sipes shows off his truck with a ton of computer and audio related modifications. Cabe has a 10 inch touch screen along with 2 7 inch head rest screens.
Being a huge fan of how this car sounds, he has multiple amplifiers running to 2 15 inch subs.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:42 PM by optikalefx