Sensors, cameras got your back(side) Video
Rear-view cameras are becoming more and more visible on new model cars, but what does the law say about this technology?
This week is all about your car's backside. How to rear wheel drives perform in the snow, we talk a bit about rear view cameras, and at least one of you wants to see more tech cars with a bed out back.
At CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a look at the Delphi Side Alert System, a sensor placed on the side of a car that can sense an object by changes in temperature.
"No Mistakes" is such a laid-back and comforting track that director harv was right to sit Classified in a chair on the porch and show him hanging out in his room, making beats, fiddling with a guitar, and sketching honest, self-deprecating and full-on funny lyrics by the side of his bed. So appropriate! And great to watch. The shots where the camera pulls back through tubes and rings are entrancing, and the slow zooms give the thing a subtle life that keeps your eyes on the screen. Although Class mentions that some of his past videos are better viewed with the picture off and the sound up, this is not one of them ? you?re gonna want to watch. - MuchMusic
It can be hard to buy a camera without ever holding your desired model, but Digital Camera Size Comparison gives you a better idea of what the camera of your dreams would feel like in your hand. Veronica has more on today's Tekzilla Daily.
A backup camera system, such as the one found on the Inifinti QX56, shows you what's behind you as you're reversing and displays it on your dashboard LCD so that you can avoid accidents.
Nikon's addition of a backside-illuminated CMOS sensor makes its Coolpix S8100 compact megazoom a fine choice.
Is 70 inches too small for your television viewing? Consider stepping up to the Mitsubishi 840 series, a 92-inch 3D DLP rear-projection TV. It can be yours for just $5,999.
One of the least-known midsize SUVS, the Chrysler Aspen is powered by a fairly basic five-speed automatic transmission and includes rear park-distance sensors, an ergonomically basic dash navigation, and Bluetooth hands-free capabilities.
The Sony QX100 Smart Lens has the same 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor from Sony's compact digital cameras, but ditches the screen, instead connecting directly to your smart phone.