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Redesign Radio Console ( TFT 7" , DvD , IR Frontcam) by Fieromaniac
Started on: 06-13-2007 02:20 PM
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That console is just begging for a billet shifter handle.

if you're wanting one...randye had talked about switching his billet one out for one like mine...He might be willing to let his go.

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Originally posted by Fieromaniac:



Whatever you guys drink in Germany, send me a case LOL
Love the P.E.S
That's a great idea Fieromaniac you are original.

2 questions:

~ I'm on the look for a camera, Where did you get this one?
~ The angle you got from this camera in the 3rd brake light shows you what you'll see when you turn your head.



Shouldn't you mount it lower where it helps you see objects below your line of sight? like a small kid or a curb?

Thanks.

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I dont like holes in my car and a notchback without Wing is pretty easy to get into a parking lot
the Front and Rear camerasignals will be recorded in a 2hrs loop (along with a Datastream of the several sensors )
if iam done with my car pc project .

In fact only my small wife has a use of the rearcamera if she needs do drive my car (which thanx to god , allah , brahma , or whoever is on the helm , is very rare )

camera is from ebay , i searched for rear view cameras and took the smallest with best resolution and automatically brightnesscorrecture
price was 22 Euro for the rearcam and 41 Euro for the infrared Frontcam (waterproved)
only the front of the rearcam is waterproved.

btw. : i bought me a bunch of Ultraviolett LEDs to copy your LED Enginebay setup Mister

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When i drove to work today , i had the feeling that some other drivers maybe thought that i could be a civil Video Car of the police , nobody overtook me while i was driving at the excact limit of 60kmh

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When i drove to work today , i had the feeling that some other drivers maybe thought that i could be a civil Video Car of the police , nobody overtook me while i was driving at the excact limit of 60kmh


haha that's awesome. great work on the car, are you done with the nightvision camera yet?

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That console is just begging for a billet shifter handle.

if you're wanting one...randye had talked about switching his billet one out for one like mine...He might be willing to let his go.



OH YES!
The dcfox is correct. My aluminum billet shifter handle is begging to be on that new console of yours.
You send me a PM with your shipping address and the shifter handle..... ist fur sie FREI
If you want it......


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started mine today and made a cardboard template to follow because my cars not where my tools are. The shape is kind of close but the way its set up is going to be very different and i dont think im goin to use aluminum faceplates. Thanks giving me the concept though.

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haha that's awesome. great work on the car, are you done with the nightvision camera yet?


i had to return the frontcam to the seller because he sold me a cam with the wrong videosystem now i wait for the right one.
But ill start working on the IR Headlights, i think i will get some foglights from the Junkyard and integrate 50 IR LED in each side .

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OH YES!
The dcfox is correct. My aluminum billet shifter handle is begging to be on that new console of yours.
You send me a PM with your shipping address and the shifter handle..... ist fur sie FREI
If you want it......


Randy


Its looking great how long is it ? because i plan to cut the shifterarm little bit .

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hmm i get the best ideas on the first morningsession at the WC

i think i will build me a similar popoutsystem for the IR Headlights like the regular Headlights have , with the main difference that the IR Headlights will pop down out of the frontbumper

man i need to go down into my garage even if its raining

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For the Americans: he means the restroom and, more specifically, the first dump of the day :-)

 
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hmm i get the best ideas on the first morningsession at the WC



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Two questions. The third brake light bulb. Will that damage the camera from the heat? Also, the stainless steel console. Can it cause a sunblindness if the sun is at the right angle? Also, the reflective heat in the summer must be like an oven. You might get a good tan driving. Two things to concider before you wrap it up.
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We live in europe no chance of sun blindness over here

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Two questions. The third brake light bulb. Will that damage the camera from the heat? Also, the stainless steel console. Can it cause a sunblindness if the sun is at the right angle? Also, the reflective heat in the summer must be like an oven. You might get a good tan driving. Two things to concider before you wrap it up.
Dave



as i stated some posts above , my 3rd brakelight whas disabled by the german TÜV when my car came to germany because to that time 3rd brakelights where illegal here ....
but i will put in several LEDs now to get a functional 3rd brakelight and LED dont cause heat so its fine .

the stainless steelplates supposed to be polished aluminium plates and i didnt polished the top plate to avoid reflections in the windshield .
the coverplate over the TFT and Radio has a "good" angle so that only in some situations they may reflect some sun
plus my windows are mirrored so normally no problems

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Allrighty, very nicely done then. A+
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and LED dont cause heat so its fine .



You are doing some great work here, very inspirational.

But you may want to check this LED assumption. It's true that the light produced by an LED is cold, but the semi-conductor material of the LED itself does produce heat. A considerable amount depending on the size and design. I just want to make sure you don't melt anything by accident.

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Frontcam came with the post today



its waterprove and dust prove but has "only" 7 IR LED thats why i add 100 more in seperate IR headlights

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I see it has a little sensor for the day/night viewing. Is it a color camera? My daytime viewing is in color, then when it detects that it is dark it turns on the IR and comes out black and white.
Oh and my IR leds are a small glow of red when on. but I have it mounted back in the front air dam so it is not so noticeable.

Looking good so far! Let's see some brackets for mounting..... make your own I bet

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Originally posted by Fieromaniac: btw. : i bought me a bunch of Ultraviolett LEDs to copy your LED Enginebay setup Mister


My pleasure

I'm researching for a Rear-view camera. I'll keep watching your thread for updates.

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Looking good so far! Let's see some brackets for mounting..... make your own I bet


hehe how do you knew that

ok here is the problem , if you mount a camera right under the bumper
- every thing what you hit while driving (insects , dirt , hedgehogs , birds ....... ) will put dirt onto the lense and screw up the picture
- you will get ice on the lense in winter = zero sight

solution
- a mirrorsystem with a heated mirror ( mirror will be sealed with "nano protection")

something like that



btw , my camera gives already a mirrored picture , so with 2nd mirror = normal pic

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first testpic , camera layed on the wiper , total darkness in my garage



30 IR LED to see if my handycam see their light



and well it can see it while my eye didnt saw a change

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first testpic , camera layed on the wiper , total darkness in my garage




Hummm looks a bit like you need to turn ON that heater !!!!!!

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Hummm looks a bit like you need to turn ON that heater !!!!!!


hehe no , its just dirt on my fronthood , cant hold the cam and shoot a pic from the screen at same time
ill make a better one

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can i have the dimensions of the console. I cant even seem to make a template where i can fit my stereo and the climate controls im going to be using. Now i can see why you made the stock ones smaller. With the setup im using id never be able to fit a screen not that i want to.

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rearcam pic and some small videos from today (only handycam so quality isnt great)





videos (speed was between 75mph and 100mph)
www.format-service.de/image...konsole/MOV00150.3GP
www.format-service.de/image...konsole/MOV00152.3GP
www.format-service.de/image...konsole/MOV00157.3GP
www.format-service.de/image...konsole/MOV00158.3GP

i think i try to use my notebook to make some better films

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i screwed the "mirror" idea because of the lack of space under the bumper
so i made an "inner"case for the Front Cam Module
it will be covered with black tinted glass



100 IR LED



all working probably



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sent you a pm

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For the Americans: he means the restroom and, more specifically, the first dump of the day :-)




i learned about the WC in vietnam. OK continue on topic!

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hey 88 check for a PM

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Whoa...BLACK TINTED glass?
I know you mean a light smoke color, but why not just a piece of CLEAR plexiglass or glass?
You don't to "dim" the image the camera sees. or filter the light

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Whoa...BLACK TINTED glass?
I know you mean a light smoke color, but why not just a piece of CLEAR plexiglass or glass?
You don't to "dim" the image the camera sees. or filter the light


The tint will probably be invisible to the IR "light"

There are some cool ideas in this thread... if only I had PAINT I could focus on all the cool stuff.

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I made a case of acryl glass



sealed it with silicone to make it waterproove



now i need a filter for the front
tinted glass or a simple UV Filter to improve the sensibility to IR Light and with it the Range

sideeffect will be that you cant see the camera easy

i also testet the heat , generated by 100 LED and over a period of 10 minutes the temperature within the sealed box only climbed a half degree celsius

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testfitted the box



View of the frontcam



changed the position of the rearcam , its now above the licenceplate





This images is larger than 102400 bytes. Click to view.

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testfitted the box



View of the frontcam



changed the position of the rearcam , its now above the licenceplate





This images is larger than 102400 bytes. Click to view.


Get us some night pics with the 100LED setup comparted to before. Cool ideas in here, i might have to use some of these lol :P

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Very nice work..........I really like the way you divided the heater controls into three separate switches. My only concern would be the airflow through the small holes,I think it might be too much resistance to work. Great job on both cameras. Thanks for sharing.

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Have you taken a pic of the IR cam at night yet? I would be interested to see how bright those LEDs are.

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1. testfitted the box
2. changed the position of the rearcam , its now above the licenceplate


Hey man,
1. Would love to see the result of that, it looks wild
2. Since you didn't install an IR rear view cam, how does it look at night, does it show something?

Thanks.

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in fact i have a IR rear cam now with 7 IR LED and 120° view ( the cam in the 3rd brakelight had only 87° Angle view)
i also bought a new cam for the front with better IR sensibility but couldnt test it yet because i dont find a real dark place atm. i will keep you updated

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sorry not my thread

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in fact i have a IR rear cam now with 7 IR LED and 120° view ( the cam in the 3rd brakelight had only 87° Angle view)
i also bought a new cam for the front with better IR sensibility but couldnt test it yet because i dont find a real dark place atm. i will keep you updated


Thanks, can you please post some pics of the result image? and the eBay link so I can find a similar one out of the hundreds out there?


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