Let's play a game...
"Don't say uh".
Panel: tripzero, malcom2073, matt (aka, ioi8).
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Former author of LinuxICE, nghost, nobdy.
Current author of Automotive Message Broker (AMB).
Works on Tizen IVI. Does not represent anyone or anything but himself.
trip sucks at editing...
"stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
Not bad for a first podcast...like the sound quality discussion in the middle lol
my biggest suggestion would be to break up the topics-3 20minute podcasts are better then a single 1hr one-especially if your interested in only some of the topics being discussed.
@the openMobile stuff:
* dead on with the mouse over usage for hardware devices like keyboards, powermates, etc.
* there is a "disable graphical effects mode" in settings
* the slowness was because you had software rendering openGL.... even a dual core atom crawls trying to do that.
* microsoft windows update drivers strip out openGL to try and force directX...if you download the driver from the website then it will have openGL support. A few exceptions like GMA500 is openGL 2.0 on XP and on vista+ the intel drivers are software rendered.
* in the future shoot me a pm or something so i can answer questions
great job on covering a lot of different topics, though, as justchat said, maybe break it up a little, or maybe make a small list of discussion topics, and start times(in the client i am using, there is a 'show notes' section-- may this could be utilized in this?)..
My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
"The Project That Never Ended, until it did"
next project? subaru brz
Just finished it, I enjoyed it. The format is fine. Some of Trip's reactions to the BikePC segment were funny.
I'll listen again for sure.
Nice podcast. Thanks for all of the effort that went into this.
I wanted to provide a couple clarifying comments with respect to the monitor comparison and our products in general.
- None of our monitors, Preassembled Double Din units, or Direct Fit Dash Kits are modified by Mo-Co-So.
- It's important to note Mo-Co-So and mp3Car both purchase their double din frames from Bybyte.
- We either modify the monitors ourself or outsource their modification to a trusted partner
- Mp3Car offers at least a 1 year warranty on all of our monitors, Preassembled Double Din units, or Direct Fit Dash Kits.
The mp3Car.com 7'' Sunlight Readable Touchscreen Monitor Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T is expensive, I agree. However, the ability to see the screen in all lighting conditions rivals monitors costing much more. Great care was taken to use the perfect combination of films to get the best possible appearance in direct sunlight. The reason we use the standard Lilliput 669 instead of the high brightness models as the base unit is because the LCD and touch panel are free from Lilliput placed films that could interfere with our unique combination of films. There is a noticeable difference between this monitor and the high brightness 669 versions from Lilliput or the standard 669. Sunlight readability is dramatically increased. This can be of added importance to you if you're looking for a monitor that's easy to see in a convertible, vehicle with a sunroof, or a standard car you drive in sunny conditions frequently. Sikorsky uses these in their helicopters.
There are several versions of 7" Lilliput monitors. We sell all of these models. Here are some of the major differences:
EBY701- standard brightness, VGA input, auto switching for rearview camera wire exposed
619GL-70NP/C/T- standard brightness, VGA/ RCA input
629GL-70NP/C/T- standard brightness, VGA input, auto switching for rearview camera wire exposed is optional
669GL-70NP/C/T- standard brightness, VGA/HDMI/DVI input
669GL-70NP/C/T-5HB- high brightness, VGA/HDMI/DVI input, 5 wire resistive touch panel, does not fit in double din frame/ nano itx enclosure/ direct fit kits
669GL-70NP/C/T-HB-RV- high brightness, VGA/HDMI/DVI input, 4 wire resistive touch panel, fits in double din frame/ nano itx enclosure/ direct fit kits, auto switching for rearview camera wire exposed
We offer all of these in preassembled double din frames except the Lilliput 619 & 669GL-70NP/C/T-5HB.
The Inelmatic XF700 monitor we offer is primarily geared toward our corporate clientele. However, it does make one amazing centerpiece for the high-end Carputer installation. When comparing this to our own sunlight readable Lilliput 669, it is brighter, has a greater viewing angle, colors appear more vivid, the case is much more rugged, operating environment, vibration, and shock specs are better, but glare is ever so slightly more. Our own modified sunlight readable Lilliput 669 is slightly more readable in all lighting conditions.
Have a product you would like to sell on the mp3Car Store? PM me for more information.
Have a car computer question? Ask me by emailing the store.