Spy Video Car

Spy Video Car

This may be the next investment in fun... The only question is: one or two? And does the monocle fit someone with a head larger than a six-year-old? UPDATE: Now with an infrared, night vision camera!

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  • Blast those blonde moments sky-high.... from Yanko: Fireworks Help Find Your Car Every time I get out of a car I yell to my friends the exact floor, side, and column it’s located on. Two hours later we’re all wandering arou... Blast those blonde moments sky-high.... from Yanko: Fireworks Help Find Your Car Every time I get out of a car I yell to my friends the exact floor, side, and column it’s located on. Two hours later we’re all wandering around trying to find it. Constantly clicking the remote keyless entry doesn’t help unless you’re within audible distance. I need something bigger, something I can’t miss. How about fireworks? The Fireworks Locator system by futurist with a sense of humor Mac Funamizu uses holographic projection technology to set off a display of lights and color you can’t miss. A remote activates an emitter installed on the top of your vehicle. That’s pretty much it. Feasibility aside, I could totally see Honda using this idea in one of their future ads. Imagine hundreds of Hondas creating an unforgettable light show.

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  • It's like a nanny for your engine. __________ Easy as 1-2-3! No tools or automotive expertise required! Just plug CarChip into the On-board diagnostics (OBD) port (easily found under the dashboard or steering wheel) and it re... It's like a nanny for your engine. __________ Easy as 1-2-3! No tools or automotive expertise required! Just plug CarChip into the On-board diagnostics (OBD) port (easily found under the dashboard or steering wheel) and it reads and stores data from your car's on-board computers, continuously logging driving and engine performance. CarChip is perfect for: * Businesses with 1 or more vehicles * Auto enthusiasts * Hobbyists * Parents of teens * All Drivers who want to be able to reset a check-engine light or prove their speed if in an accident (x-treme Geek) The CarChip Pro plugs into the OBD II connector found on most newer vehicles and records and stores up to 300 hours of performance data including time & date for each trip, distance traveled, speed, braking and acceleration. Additionally, the car-chip can sound an alarm for excess speed, hard braking or quick acceleration. It records trouble codes and freeze frame sensor readings to aid in engine troubleshooting. Performance logs can be downloaded to your PC. Includes USB cable and software on CD-ROM. Requires Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP/Vista. The OBD II system is installed in most foreign & domestic vehicles built since 1996. For a list of known exceptions, please consult the compatibility chart. # Automatic accident log # Calculates gas mileage # Shows engine diagnostic codes # Easily splits personal & business mileage

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  • Come on, its cute...

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