Ya know, you say that in jest (at least I hope so.. heh), but it's amazing how many people actually do this! And not just on the little dash in front of the driver's seat, but on the big ole screen hung from the ceiling so that everyone behind them can see!tvbi said:Movies are for passengers usually..but I can use some p0rn in traffic
Um lets see:KilGil27 said:seems rather useless to me...
Fine, ignore this thread and post someplace else!KilGil27 said:seems rather useless to me...
this is illegal. I believe the law states that there is to be NOTHING within eyesight of the driver that has moving images, except for informational type things like GPS.840quadra said:Fine, ignore this thread and post someplace else!
Speaking of in car video. I spotted a Ford Ranger driving down I494 in Minnesota with a DVD screen on his sun visor. He was WATCHING A MOVIE during rush hour. And Almost rear-ended a minivan 2 times!
I want a computer in my Passat, however I am going to disable ANY video functionality, as I think it is worthless, and unsafe. I think i will need to go with an Intel though, as I want diagnostic software for my OBD2 engine management, and currently Ross-Tech does not have a Mac OS software version, and I doubt they ever will. Now that macs can dual boot on Intel, I should be good to go with a future setup! .
you can but its a hunker of a satalite (not top of the house type but big and black) and he wouldn't want to put it on his maxima usually they are on SUVs or truckshdsalinas said:Can you get TV signal with that?
That is a great setup. Inspiring.
In time I might be able to get a cheap PPC mac mini from ebay and do this on my next car.
What brand is that touch screen?