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mp3Car.com interviews Brian Palmer - Iphone engine performance

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by , 11-06-2008 at 10:45 AM (5255 Views)


Mp3car typically focuses on mobile computing applications. The reason why this fits on our blog is that Brian from Palmer Performance has ported his car PC OBD and performance application to the iphone. This is a two part interview. The first part is going to be a tour of his new iphone application. We will follow this up later in the week with a tour of his carpc installation and the features of his car computer software. Brian has made some interesting hooks in his windows application that will allow for integration into roadrunner, centrafuse or other applications.

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Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
Neat product.

Just a word of advice to Goce. Try to refrain from using "uhhhhh..." so much. It really killed me to listen to that every few seconds. Instead, just pause, collect your thoughts, and continue. Audible pauses in interviews just really kill interest quickly. (imo)

http://www.goalminds.com/articles/GwenTalbot.html

My favorite words were ahhh, and so. We will both work on cutting that down at CES.
Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
Hmmmmm.
Is that Centrafuse running on the N52 model? (Pause the video about 3:08 in. The N52 is on the lower right, closest to Tony from BlueStar.)
If so, I wonder if Bluestar has a license and permission do market their products using CF?

And I notice that the camera operator (Rob?) zooms in on the unit next to the N52 showing a GPS navigation screen.

We asked about the software but lost that part of the interview. They told us it was their own software. Not sure about the other details. Maybe Goce remembers.
Neat product.

Just a word of advice to Goce. Try to refrain from using "uhhhhh..." so much. It really killed me to listen to that every few seconds. Instead, just pause, collect your thoughts, and continue. Audible pauses in interviews just really kill interest quickly. (imo)

http://www.goalminds.com/articles/GwenTalbot.html