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(CNN)   Because men who buy Corvette Stingrays have absolutely nothing to prove, ever, GM is adding dashcams to all new models that create a video-game like HUD. On the plus side, our national penis length average is about to go up a little bit   (money.cnn.com) divider line 155
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2014-01-05 11:25:12 PM  

leadmetal: One of these days this idea of needing a computer interface between a person and the world for everything will come to an end.


It'll be right after the Butlerian Jihad, IIRC.
 
2014-01-05 11:25:22 PM  

Nutsac_Jim: Haters gotta hate


Still prefer my Tesla.
 
2014-01-05 11:26:06 PM  
mongbiohazard
I found a jillion of them on Amazon, which is where I bought mine. They're more popular overseas, so you'll see them produced by electronic brands not common to America. But mine coming from some brand I never heard of doesn't stop it from recording video to my microsd card... Search for dashcam on Amazon, read the reviews of some in the pricerange you're looking to spend and buy one. Heck, they have a bunch of them eligible for Prime.

Starting at about $60 they are available for anyone that wants one. Just keep in mind, if you f**kup, it could be used against you.

http://dashcamtalk.com/dash-cam-comparison/
 
2014-01-05 11:27:52 PM  
No no no, wanting a 'video game HUD' makes men who drive this 'man children'.  Much more encompassing than mere emasculation it questions the victim's very competence and worth in society.
 
2014-01-05 11:28:08 PM  
They should have passenger compartment cameras.  Onstar can  charge 1000 to report pics
of who stole the car.

They can also charge 1000 to the owner to have a switch that will disable taking pictures of the female passenger.

And charge 2000 to the housewife to reactivate the passenger camera, so she can have more evidence before taking half his stuff.
 
2014-01-05 11:36:48 PM  

Rhino_man: rev. dave: I drove one in the new game Gran Turismo 6.  If the game is accurate, it is not too bad, but the GT-R Touring car is much better.   It tends to spin out a lot and is hard to slow down, also jumps the curb in turns a lot if you are not used to it.  Sony calls the game a driving simulator.  Not sure I could drive such a fast car in real life since you don't get to restart when you crash.

I'm pretty sure Top Gear tested this and found that, yes, Gran Turismo is insanely realistic... but your lap time will be a good deal slower in real life because of the fear of death.


Good to know, I love the game, learning a lot about cars that I never really cared much about before.
The 2 tracks I had the hardest time driving on with it were Willow Springs, very difficult, but I could not keep it on the super difficult Nürburgring track.
 
2014-01-05 11:41:23 PM  
In all fairness, I wanted a Corvette long before I knew what my penis was for, it's size vs. the average, and well before I had any interest in impressing women.

Of course, I still don't have one.  Not that I couldn't get one if I wanted, but mainly because I'm a cheap bastid.
 
2014-01-05 11:43:06 PM  

Lenny_da_Hog: Twitch Boy: So if I buy a rusted out '89 Geo Metro with 150000 miles everyone will think I'm packing a 12-incher?

I own both a 2-seater sub-compact and a 3/4-ton 4x4. The size-shifting is incredibly painful.


Spend too much time in the pool do you?
 
2014-01-05 11:44:27 PM  
Those are not Stingrays. They're certainly Chevys, and they may even be Corvettes, but the last Stingray rolled off the line in 1979.
 
2014-01-05 11:44:37 PM  

rev. dave: Rhino_man: rev. dave: I drove one in the new game Gran Turismo 6.  If the game is accurate, it is not too bad, but the GT-R Touring car is much better.   It tends to spin out a lot and is hard to slow down, also jumps the curb in turns a lot if you are not used to it.  Sony calls the game a driving simulator.  Not sure I could drive such a fast car in real life since you don't get to restart when you crash.

I'm pretty sure Top Gear tested this and found that, yes, Gran Turismo is insanely realistic... but your lap time will be a good deal slower in real life because of the fear of death.

Good to know, I love the game, learning a lot about cars that I never really cared much about before.
The 2 tracks I had the hardest time driving on with it were Willow Springs, very difficult, but I could not keep it on the super difficult Nürburgring track.


I thought Jeremy Clarkson did some laps in an Acura NSX and they proved it was horribly inaccurate, like the brakes on a stock car would be demolished after like two turns at full speed...

But my memory isn't th... wait, what? What were we talking about? Bowling? Yeah, I guess I like bowling. But my memory isn't so great nowadays. But yeah, I do like brownies.
 
2014-01-05 11:49:31 PM  
Poor people seem obsessed with dick size.
 
2014-01-05 11:49:57 PM  
www.pitch.com
 
2014-01-05 11:53:31 PM  

TinyFist: rev. dave: Rhino_man: rev. dave: I drove one in the new game Gran Turismo 6.  If the game is accurate, it is not too bad, but the GT-R Touring car is much better.   It tends to spin out a lot and is hard to slow down, also jumps the curb in turns a lot if you are not used to it.  Sony calls the game a driving simulator.  Not sure I could drive such a fast car in real life since you don't get to restart when you crash.

I'm pretty sure Top Gear tested this and found that, yes, Gran Turismo is insanely realistic... but your lap time will be a good deal slower in real life because of the fear of death.

Good to know, I love the game, learning a lot about cars that I never really cared much about before.
The 2 tracks I had the hardest time driving on with it were Willow Springs, very difficult, but I could not keep it on the super difficult Nürburgring track.

I thought Jeremy Clarkson did some laps in an Acura NSX and they proved it was horribly inaccurate, like the brakes on a stock car would be demolished after like two turns at full speed...


I own an E92 M3 and track a C6 Z06. Gran Turismo 6 is not realistic with either of those cars. And you have to remember, Clarkson, May, and Hammond are columnists/entertainers, not "drivers" as it were.
 
2014-01-05 11:53:58 PM  
I don't know if I can blame subby or CNN for misleading the entire article and headline on Fark, but this is what exactly this is about http://gizmodo.com/the-new-corvette-stingray-will-come-with-built-in- i nsta-1495268605
It's not HUD this was introduced at CES today along with in car 4G LTE from GM and At&t
 
2014-01-05 11:59:49 PM  

exatron: I know a place where you can get your 12-incher for $5.


i42.tinypic.com
 
2014-01-06 12:00:23 AM  

i262.photobucket.com

In Queensland, Australia, Stingray owns YOU!

 
2014-01-06 12:01:02 AM  

Enemabag Jones: mongbiohazard
I found a jillion of them on Amazon, which is where I bought mine. They're more popular overseas, so you'll see them produced by electronic brands not common to America. But mine coming from some brand I never heard of doesn't stop it from recording video to my microsd card... Search for dashcam on Amazon, read the reviews of some in the pricerange you're looking to spend and buy one. Heck, they have a bunch of them eligible for Prime.

Starting at about $60 they are available for anyone that wants one. Just keep in mind, if you f**kup, it could be used against you.

http://dashcamtalk.com/dash-cam-comparison/


Mine was $52 when I got it. It has two cameras, one for the front and one for the back. To get one that cheap with two cameras I had to make some tradeoffs.... Night time imaging sucks, the battery is useless and I needed to Google the Chinese character for "Language" to be able to find the menu entry to switch the GUI to English (which sort of amused me more than anything else since that only took a few seconds to figure out). It didn't like the first spare microsd card I had laying around I tried to use in it first (video files would start getting corrupted about 1/2 way to work), but the second card I tried worked like a charm.

It's just fine for my purposes. I was driving all around the metro area for work at the time, and even now I live about 34 miles away from my office so I have a long drive every day. I drive a lot, and I'm not worried about it catching me doing something wrong at all since I drive defensively. It might save my tush though at some point since I've seen all sorts of stupidity out on the roads around here... and I'd rather not have some rich douchebag do something stupid and have it just be his word against mine.

My wife wasn't keen on me spending money on one, so I had to keep the cost down to keep her from beating me up about it, and all the driving I'm most worried about covering is during the daytime - to, from and during work - so it will work for me for for now. At some point I'll spring for a better one with better nightvision.

Thanks a lot for the link! I'll keep that bookmarked for when I do decide to upgrade...
 
2014-01-06 12:03:00 AM  

Begoggle: Sounds like subby is obsessed with penises.
I don't think the car you drive has anything to do with it.
Some people just like to spend their money on nice cars.
So what.


It's a dying meme - like the "everyone who buys a lottery ticket is a moron" which got squashed when Farkers finally understood the reward of just contemplating what you would do with the money.

Now the penis-envy boys are being called out - guys buy cool cars/big trucks for many reasons - too bad if you can't keep up
 
2014-01-06 12:04:36 AM  
I find it fascinating that OP feels people buy corvettes  just to make him jealous and "prove something", and not because they want to buy a fun toy for their own personal has-absolutely-nothing-to-do-with-you amusement.

Says a lot about you and your farked up self-centered perspective of the world.
 
2014-01-06 12:04:43 AM  

mjjt: It's a dying meme - like the "everyone who buys a lottery ticket is a moron" which got squashed when Farkers finally understood the reward of just contemplating what you would do with the money.


You really have to pay a tax to use your imagination?
 
2014-01-06 12:05:45 AM  
your Android phone can work as a hud.
Just find a gps speedometer app. Most have invert image option. Lay it on the dash (w/velcro) and instant hud!
 
2014-01-06 12:07:10 AM  
Dashcams are common in Russia, bc the cops are corrupt.

They got popular in Britain when people started organizing rear-end accidents and claiming whiplash from the insurers.

Now (also in Britain) you can film someone driving dangerously, upload it to a cop website, and the guy gets prosecuted.

Not only is the govt spying on you, but so are your neighbours
 
2014-01-06 12:07:42 AM  

Fish in a Barrel: I'm looking to get a camera system like this in my car to record autocross runs, but they're really expensive.  I could just cobble something together with the Torque app and a separate camera, but I can't find a reference for my car's extended PIDs, and I really want some of that extended data.


For the iPhone, try Harry's lap timer. Combine it with an external GPS antenna, and a good, solid mount. It's not quite a dedicated system, but it's pretty good. I know a couple of people who own them. I heard there's some good stuff for Androids too.

Dedicated data recording systems (like Traqmate, RLC, Aim, etc.) start at a few hundred bucks, but generally you'll need to spend a couple of hundred more to integrate a camera. They tend to have better accuracy than the phone based systems, plus they have a bunch of input channels so you can gather data about the car (e.g. RPM, brake line pressure) in real time. The most useful thing is that they include software which allows you to do comprehensive analysis of your laps after the fact. I had a pro drive my car once this year, and looking at his data vs. mine was educational. And depressing. I'd be pretty surprised if GM doesn't supply analysis SW.

Assuming this works even half as well as the stand-alone systems, It'll be a good tool for 'vette owners who track their cars (They exist! No, really! I've seen them). But if the data's in a proprietary format, it's gonna be limiting, 'cause 1/4 of the fun is swapping data files with fellow racers.
 
2014-01-06 12:10:53 AM  

mjjt: Dashcams are common in Russia, bc the cops are corrupt.


Well... they're popular in Russia because of insurance fraud.  People will literally jump out in front of your car and get hit on purpose for the settlement in Russia.
 
2014-01-06 12:12:46 AM  

slotz: Worked for Hughes Aircraft back in the 80's.  When GM bought us, first thing they did was experiment with a HUD for their cars, built by our engineers.  HUD was discarded as being too distracting for the average driver.  Hmm...I wonder what changed?


GM bought Hughes in 85. Any cars in the development cycle at that time would likely not be able to have anything from Hughes in it. Usually takes about 5-10 years to incorporate things into a car (wait for current model to finish and get it into the next model). GM offered a HUD in the Grand Prix and C5 Corvette. Both cars were released in 1997.
 
2014-01-06 12:13:11 AM  
As someone who has spent several years racing everything with wheels and still does trackdays now and then... This sounds pretty sweet.

About time they just started throwing in really nice datalogging packages into production trackday cars.
 
2014-01-06 12:16:33 AM  

HotWingAgenda: Those are not Stingrays. They're certainly Chevys, and they may even be Corvettes, but the last Stingray rolled off the line in 1979.


Chevrolet made every Stingray corvette ever made. They conceived of it, designed it, named it and built it. They made the last one for the 1979 model year and stopped for a good long time. But if Chevrolet decides they're designing and building a new corvette model and badging it as a Stingray, then guess what.
 
2014-01-06 12:25:50 AM  
Domestics. Bah. Wake me up when they start making this again:

www.diseno-art.com
 
2014-01-06 12:28:06 AM  

Lenny_da_Hog: You really have to pay a tax to use your imagination?


I can give a dollar to the system that helps fund education and have a little thrill in my imagination, or I could spend that dollar on 3/4 of a candy bar.  Since I don't mind paying taxes, and I know there are children who could use the funds provided by the lottery, why not play even if the chance of winning is non-existent?

As for the car...who cares?  The driver influenced by this is probably going to act like a jackass regardless.  The kid he runs over while doing 100 mph in a residential neighborhood is still going to die, it hardly matters if the driver is pretending he's getting a high score.
 
2014-01-06 12:28:33 AM  
I have a 2000 LS1 (the same aluminum-block 5.7 liter engine in the corvette) Z28 Camaro and holy hell is it fast. I've driven corvettes too and they're a little faster but the difference is negligible. The gap can be closed with an exhaust and some computer tuning. Mine only has 40,000 miles on it because it's 'my other car' and I only drive it occasionally. I love that car and at this point can't really ever see myself parting with it, but this new generation of corvettes sure do make a compelling argument for replacing it at some time in the future if I get to thinking about it too much. They's purrrty.
 
2014-01-06 12:29:40 AM  

skinink: I wish a HUD could be overlaid on part of the windshield. That would be pretty nice and it could be restricted to maybe three or four elements showing, tops. Speed, gas, alerts. Maybe the fourth element could be navigation queues, like arrows indicating when to turn, distance info from goal.


Several cars have this already.  My brother's Mazda, for example, has a holographic HUD that shows speed, which direction to turn at the next light (connected to the nav system), and I think maintenance type stuff, though I'm not sure about the last one.
 
2014-01-06 12:31:28 AM  
I don't want extra fancy expensive stuff on my car.

These days, low-end cars are good enough, and I don't ever want to bother with an auto loan again.  Every thousand dollars I spend on my car is a week I'm not spending on the beach in Thailand or Fiji or someplace every summer.

Having money doesn't mean you  have to spend it on stuff that's only good for showing off.  If your prioritize stuff you really like, then you save every penny when it comes to things you don't care about, then you can live it up a bit and still save enough to retire.  Spending $8000 every 10 years on your car instead of $30000 every five years is a good start.
 
2014-01-06 12:32:21 AM  

Enemabag Jones: Starting at about $60 they are available for anyone that wants one. Just keep in mind, if you f**kup, it could be used against you.

http://dashcamtalk.com/dash-cam-comparison/


So why aren't there any hidden models in that list?  Around here people are breaking to cars to steal the things so they can put their stolen car trip on you tube for their friends.  I want one with a hidden front and rear camera an SD memory slot.  GPS would be useful but not needed but low cost helps.  It seems that many of the $100 models way out perform the $300 ones.
 
2014-01-06 12:40:16 AM  

mjjt: Begoggle: Sounds like subby is obsessed with penises.
I don't think the car you drive has anything to do with it.
Some people just like to spend their money on nice cars.
So what.

It's a dying meme - like the "everyone who buys a lottery ticket is a moron" which got squashed when Farkers finally understood the reward of just contemplating what you would do with the money.

Now the penis-envy boys are being called out - guys buy cool cars/big trucks for many reasons - too bad if you can't keep up


I'm pretty poor, and I think this stereotype/meme is dumb as hell. When I get a better job and have a comfortable amount of money saved up, damn right I'm going to stop driving a generic base-model GM (currently a G6).
 
2014-01-06 12:41:04 AM  

HotWingAgenda: Those are not Stingrays. They're certainly Chevys, and they may even be Corvettes, but the last Stingray rolled off the line in 1979 1976.


FTFY
 
2014-01-06 12:44:06 AM  
Subby has enough Jelly to feed the nations poor.
 
2014-01-06 12:53:02 AM  

Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.


You do know that police can use your own HUD speed reading against you, right?  At least they wear legally able to here in NY.  Last thing I want is my speed displayed on my windshield for everyone else to read.
 
2014-01-06 12:53:38 AM  
Ha!

You know what I say whenever I see some overblown, hot roddedm steroided out American muscle car that looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor?

I say "Dang, man.  At's a nice car."

/Ha!
 
2014-01-06 12:54:50 AM  

slotz: Worked for Hughes Aircraft back in the 80's.  When GM bought us, first thing they did was experiment with a HUD for their cars, built by our engineers.  HUD was discarded as being too distracting for the average driver.  Hmm...I wonder what changed?


And yet, a couple years later, the HUD option was made available, on not only Caddys, but also Pontiac Grand Prixs with the GTP option, I believe.
 
2014-01-06 12:56:59 AM  

Kenny B:


Fudge I love those cars. Hate the shoes on that one though...
 
2014-01-06 01:03:45 AM  
Dr Jack Badofsky ,
Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.
You do know that police can use your own HUD speed reading against you, right? At least they wear legally able to here in NY. Last thing I want is my speed displayed on my windshield for everyone else to read.


I had one on a pontiac. I think it was dropped and is not so common because of a patent issue that GM cost. And other people can't see it . It isn't like a old overhead projector if you know what that is. It has to be tuned directionally very tightly and is only can be seen by the driver to the best of my knowledge. Maybe the backseat behind the driver could set it, but no others.

It was really nice.
 
2014-01-06 01:14:13 AM  

Enemabag Jones: Dr Jack Badofsky ,
Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.
You do know that police can use your own HUD speed reading against you, right? At least they wear legally able to here in NY. Last thing I want is my speed displayed on my windshield for everyone else to read.

I had one on a pontiac. I think it was dropped and is not so common because of a patent issue that GM cost. And other people can't see it . It isn't like a old overhead projector if you know what that is. It has to be tuned directionally very tightly and is only can be seen by the driver to the best of my knowledge. Maybe the backseat behind the driver could set it, but no others.

It was really nice.


At night, they most surely can see it, and write you a ticket based on its reading even if they fail to get a radar readout, because that's the speed that the gauge in front of you was displaying, and you chose to acknowledge it if you didn't allofasudden reduce speed when realizing what it read.  It's not rocket science...anymore.  (actually, it's fighter jet science)
 
2014-01-06 01:21:16 AM  

bunner: Ha!

You know what I say whenever I see some overblown, hot roddedm steroided out American muscle car that looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor?

I say "Dang, man.  At's a nice car."

/Ha!


Yeah, I was never really a fan of muscle cars till a few years ago when they came out with the modern versions.  The old ones may have had muscle under the hood, but the cars looked as wimpy as any other car.  The new ones (updated charger, camaro, mustang, etc.) really come off as powerful and mean.  I'll still never buy one, but I can really appreciate them.
 
2014-01-06 01:31:21 AM  

Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.


I think thats the next thing to be standard in cars, usually it starts with luxury cars then filters down so in a few years all cars will have HUDs, they are nice and beyond useful, since in rental cars it can be hard to find the speedometer quickly, they arent all in the same place.
 
2014-01-06 01:33:33 AM  

Emposter: bunner: Ha!

You know what I say whenever I see some overblown, hot roddedm steroided out American muscle car that looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor?

I say "Dang, man.  At's a nice car."

/Ha!

Yeah, I was never really a fan of muscle cars till a few years ago when they came out with the modern versions.  The old ones may have had muscle under the hood, but the cars looked as wimpy as any other car.  The new ones (updated charger, camaro, mustang, etc.) really come off as powerful and mean.  I'll still never buy one, but I can really appreciate them.


The best ones are the sleepers.  Startig with the mustangs/camaros from the late 80's to now, EFI makes things so much easier to make power while retaining drivability.  Easy to slip a built 350 into an F-body, or a built 351 into a Fox chassis or SN95.  I would love a recent Boss though.  Probably the best, most balanced street offering in decades from any American maker.
 
2014-01-06 02:24:31 AM  

Dr Jack Badofsky: Enemabag Jones: Dr Jack Badofsky ,
Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.
You do know that police can use your own HUD speed reading against you, right? At least they wear legally able to here in NY. Last thing I want is my speed displayed on my windshield for everyone else to read.

I had one on a pontiac. I think it was dropped and is not so common because of a patent issue that GM cost. And other people can't see it . It isn't like a old overhead projector if you know what that is. It has to be tuned directionally very tightly and is only can be seen by the driver to the best of my knowledge. Maybe the backseat behind the driver could set it, but no others.

It was really nice.

At night, they most surely can see it, and write you a ticket based on its reading even if they fail to get a radar readout, because that's the speed that the gauge in front of you was displaying, and you chose to acknowledge it if you didn't allofasudden reduce speed when realizing what it read.  It's not rocket science...anymore.  (actually, it's fighter jet science)


And you simply install a smaller set of tires on your car and say "i knew 70 meant 65"
 
2014-01-06 02:48:10 AM  
Night vision would be the cat's ass.
 
2014-01-06 03:35:43 AM  

slotz: Worked for Hughes Aircraft back in the 80's.  When GM bought us, first thing they did was experiment with a HUD for their cars, built by our engineers.  HUD was discarded as being too distracting for the average driver.  Hmm...I wonder what changed?


Read the article, this isn't a HUD.
 
2014-01-06 04:16:07 AM  

kidgenius: slotz: Worked for Hughes Aircraft back in the 80's.  When GM bought us, first thing they did was experiment with a HUD for their cars, built by our engineers.  HUD was discarded as being too distracting for the average driver.  Hmm...I wonder what changed?

GM bought Hughes in 85. Any cars in the development cycle at that time would likely not be able to have anything from Hughes in it. Usually takes about 5-10 years to incorporate things into a car (wait for current model to finish and get it into the next model). GM offered a HUD in the Grand Prix and C5 Corvette. Both cars were released in 1997.


Dr Jack Badofsky: slotz: Worked for Hughes Aircraft back in the 80's.  When GM bought us, first thing they did was experiment with a HUD for their cars, built by our engineers.  HUD was discarded as being too distracting for the average driver.  Hmm...I wonder what changed?

And yet, a couple years later, the HUD option was made available, on not only Caddys, but also Pontiac Grand Prixs with the GTP option, I believe.


I had it on my 1997 Pontiac GTP coupe, found it quite useful as well as a bit of a party-piece.  It was first available on the 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Pace Car Replica.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head-up_display#Automobiles">http://en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Head-up_display#Automobiles
 
2014-01-06 04:26:03 AM  

Dr Jack Badofsky: Enemabag Jones: Dr Jack Badofsky ,
Fano: why SHOULDNT all cars have a hud? i''d like to never look at the dashboard.
You do know that police can use your own HUD speed reading against you, right? At least they wear legally able to here in NY. Last thing I want is my speed displayed on my windshield for everyone else to read.

I had one on a pontiac. I think it was dropped and is not so common because of a patent issue that GM cost. And other people can't see it . It isn't like a old overhead projector if you know what that is. It has to be tuned directionally very tightly and is only can be seen by the driver to the best of my knowledge. Maybe the backseat behind the driver could set it, but no others.

It was really nice.

At night, they most surely can see it, and write you a ticket based on its reading even if they fail to get a radar readout, because that's the speed that the gauge in front of you was displaying, and you chose to acknowledge it if you didn't allofasudden reduce speed when realizing what it read.  It's not rocket science...anymore.  (actually, it's fighter jet science)


Yes, it could only be seen, from the inside, by the driver and the back seat passenger, behind the driver.  Of course, the driver would have to get their head out of the way, and the back seat passenger would have to crane their necks way up until their head was touching the ceiling.

I did several night walkarounds, when I had my 97 GTP with the HUD. The only way I could see the projection from the outside was to put my head directly above the cowl, where the windshield meets it, about 2-3 feet above it.  I don't think any cop is going to be able to see that.  Of course, the old system didn't record info; it just presented it, so YMMV with the new system.
 
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