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    News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    But will you be able to see the UI if you are blinded by Audi's new laser light headlamps?
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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    LED headlights doesn't sound at all pleasant for people driving the other way. Xenon lamps are bad enough!

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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    I would imagine systems like this should be quite flexible though. Compared to one huge bulb, it should be much easier to have granular and angular control. If you could have more power for empty, unlit roads that would be handy - although I've never driven a xenon lamp car to compare. My traditional bulbs aren't great.

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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Quote Originally Posted by majesticmerc View Post
    LED headlights doesn't sound at all pleasant for people driving the other way. Xenon lamps are bad enough!
    Was just thinking the same thing. Just wait until you have cars 10 years old with such a system. Bet they wouldn't point accurately at the road any more!
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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Was just thinking the same thing. Just wait until you have cars 10 years old with such a system. Bet they wouldn't point accurately at the road any more!
    Compared to at the moment where surprising numbers of people seem to be driving around with one bulb in upside down? Probably an improvement with these tbh.

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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Had a car go through an MOT and they put a bulb in wrong way round...got stopped and said to the copper - was MOT'd yesterday...he went yeah right..pulled out MOT certificate etc. and he said waste of space garage...lol
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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Why all this technology in cars? A car is for getting from A to B and nothing else. People are easily distracted now let alone having things to fanny around with on a rear view mirror. It's bad enough dodging people using or texting aon a mobile phone without even more to distract them!!

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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by majesticmerc View Post
    LED headlights doesn't sound at all pleasant for people driving the other way. Xenon lamps are bad enough!
    Was just thinking the same thing. Just wait until you have cars 10 years old with such a system. Bet they wouldn't point accurately at the road any more!
    I just ordered a new BMW X5... naturally I researched all the tech etc. The adaptive LED headlight feature is nothing short of incredible. Even in fullbeam it detects oncoming traffic and tilts its own headlight away from the oncoming driver but also dynamically "masks" out its own headlight, as the oncoming car get closer.
    I assmume Merc/Audi have something similar but great to see this technology is constantly evolving.

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    Re: News - Robin Labs and Pioneer bring Android to your rear view mirror

    Holy rear view mirror,Batman!!



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