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Posted 04 February 2019 - 10:58 AM

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I've replaced my factory headunit with an aftermarket one, including new 360 degree cameras.

The factory headunit reverse camera had built-in dynamic parking lines (ie. moves with the steering wheel).

The after-market one does not. The installer said it's like that but didn't really explain why.


My question is whether the dynamic lines are built into the camera, or if there is an additional processor somewhere in the connection between camera and head-unit.


I've tried to look it up online but haven't found clear information. Most say there's a gyroscope inside the camera which provides the data for the lines to move.


Does this mean if I simply replace the camera with one with a built-in gyroscope I'll have dynamic lines (instead of static lines currently?)








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