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    Newbie altinono's Avatar
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    <====== Bad in English


    hi

    some time when i driv my car i want to
    play the music or chenge the song
    e.g
    so i dont want to look at the lcd when i'm driveing
    it's realy risky

    there is many solutions for that like
    steering wheel control
    voice control
    or remout control

    3 options
    what i have to use!!?????

    steering wheel: i dont' want to play with it

    voice control: it's good whin the car is not moving
    but when the car move the pc geting command from
    the noice funy

    remout control:this was my plan From the beginning
    and the next and back PASSENGERS can use it

    so here is what i did
    build ir receiver
    click here (how to build ir receiver)



    i build Two ir receiver
    one for home pc



    and one for carpc



    and remout (any remout work)




    the ir receiver is connected to RS-232
    pin 1 and 5 and 7

    and the software is
    winlirc
    MiriServer

    the MiriServer software is make the remout control work
    like keyboard
    so i use buttons in remout as hotkey

    how it's work?
    remout control ===> winlirc software ===> MiriServer ===> HotKey
    thin i change the command in KeyTBL.dll as i want

    and it's work fine
    soon i'll post pic of the IR in the car

    there is anther softwar is name (Girder) i think it's easy to use
    but evry time i try to learn the key with (Girder) the pc is restarting
    i don't know why. grrrrrrrrrrrrrr


    ohh
    ther is another easy way
    BUY remout control with ir receiver

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    new pic




    and



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    Your dash styling=

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    ^^^ Dude, have some respect. While it may not look OEM, he spent a lot of time and effort HAND FABRICATING everything.

    FWIW, he spent more on his carpc setup and fabrication than you spent on your CRX

    You sir....


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    yeah, great work. that is true craftsmanship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnyperBob View Post
    ^^^ Dude, have some respect. While it may not look OEM, he spent a lot of time and effort HAND FABRICATING everything.

    The qualitity and craftsmanship are great, but the screen design is poor and looks out of place. IMHO.

    Quote Originally Posted by SnyperBob View Post
    FWIW, he spent more on his carpc setup and fabrication than you spent on your CRX
    I beg to differ buddy.


    EDIT: I was a bit out of line, but I still think you could do better with the display placement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imgoingforit View Post
    Your dash styling=
    there is anthere way to say what you want withe some respect.


    SnyperBob and vtecfelon23

    thinx for support

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    Dude. Lots of hard work and careful planning into your setup. :-) Definitely appreciated the photos of your work as you got from the beginning to the end product :-)
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    I know I am waayyy late in responding to this but, Wowsers! This is crazy and a half. Great engineering. I have been researchnig a solution for mounting a 7" screen in my 05 Altima. Now I know how that would look like. I am actually going to use a more mobile solution for my computer though. I am going to use my EEEPC which I already use in my car for Music but is simply connected to my after market stereo via the front Aux jack.

    This will be temporary until I have all my desired external components. Since the EEEPC has an external VGA output..I will use that to connect to the touchscreen I want to mount similar to yours in that same location in my Altima.

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    looking at your pictures was very entertaining. Great job!
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