I'll soon be getting a car with an integrated camera so I've been
wondering whether the data from this could be used as a "dash" cam, but
(according to M-B) there is no way to get at the data. Has anyone else
investigated this? Is there a standard way of doing it?
Sorry about that - brain faster than fingers and eyes off duty! I do not
mean webcam, I mean using in the same way a dashcam is used.
Yes, it's a forward-facing camera (for detecting signs, cars, people,
etcetera) so it would be good to be able to record the data ... in fact
I'm surprised that it isn't an option.
Taint gunna happen because there is nothing
in it for the car manufacturers to go that route.
And the cost of car manufacturing plants
is so high that it would be impossible to
fund the production of cars done that way.
Doubt it. I know some vendors use GVIF:
but Mercedes isn't listed. It's possible they use something else - it could
be simple analogue composite video, but likely some other digital standard.
Your best bet is to ask around a Mercedes forum - maybe someone has already
hacked the interface.
Er.... if you can't get the data off it, what's the point of it? I assume it's there to prove fault at an accident?
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