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    Quote Originally Posted by wgxdz View Post
    Is that a Jeep Grand Cherokee? How did you project the image on the windshield? Using portable projector or LCD? I'm also doing some modification on my Jeep WJ, try to find a way get the image via iphone. Could you provide more info about your project?
    Yes its a jeep wj, howto is described in first post what did you modify?

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    So far, I integrate my iPhone via an adapter, so I can control the music by steering wheel and bought a Lilliput 7" screen . I'm thinking about how to mount it on the dash.

    The HUD approach is fancy, but I choose to display the image on the LCD directly (non-reflection) before we figure out how to use HUD in daylight.

    BTW: Try to use the portable projector instead of LCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wgxdz View Post
    So far, I integrate my iPhone via an adapter, so I can control the music by steering wheel and bought a Lilliput 7" screen . I'm thinking about how to mount it on the dash.

    The HUD approach is fancy, but I choose to display the image on the LCD directly (non-reflection) before we figure out how to use HUD in daylight.

    BTW: Try to use the portable projector instead of LCD.

    To project on glass you will need a special film such as 3M Vuikiti (expensive) but for best result you will need a laserprojector, such as Aaxa L1\L2 also not realy cheap.

    You can try something like this.



    Or this






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    Some pics of my headlights






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    have any more detailed photos of that ipad install? What mount did you use?

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