Palmer Performance - Dash Command - A video demo of their software and demo car.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:37 PM by ecog
Designed with the supprot and feedback of our community, the fusion brain guys have done it again – At midnight EST today they released version 4 of their fusion brain control center.
Improvements over Brain v3:
16 Digital Outputs13 Analog InputsSelectable Power Source (USB or 12vDC Jack)30% smaller form factor (70mm X 45mm)Better power filtering and protectionAbility to update firmware via USBAbility to update firmware via ICSP header in event of bootloader corruptionImproved signal routing for analog inputsPulse Width Modulation, 256 steps with 42uS minimum pulse width (may need firmware update, provided free and uploadable over USB)
Previous versions of the fusion brain have been used for:
Christmas Car GPS Steered Tractor Steering wheel controlsHVAC control
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Discussions about Fusion Brain version 4 on our forums
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:35 PM by ecog
A picture (or video) is worth a thousand words...and it's only 60 seconds. What is SEMA like?
Talk about this video here.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:33 PM by ecog
Some people call this the next best thing in display technology. Manufacturers report very high levels of contrast and lots of sunlight readability. What do you think? Is OLED the next home run in mobile car computing and telematics display technology?
Please reply and post your comments in this thread.
We thought the forum members of mp3car made the first car computer in the late 90s. Wrong. Done by the ghostbuster guys first in 1984. See our video for 20 seconds of ghost busting fun. Who made the first car computer?
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:31 PM by ecog