Can you add a front camera connection to this PCB and split the video front/rear? A rear view alone is half a dash cam.
It’s not necessary to use the Tesla camera for the front as it is expensive and is actually a rearview camera (mirror image).What about a 2nd Tesla camera on the front? That’s what our camera switch PCB does — two Tesla cameras that are switchable via a remote or Homelink. And they display at same high res on the touchscreen.
Help me clear up some confusion Bearbu. Do your cameras display on the Tesla touchscreen or do you need a separate monitor as shown in the video? Getting the Tesla rear camera to display on a separate monitor is one thing and ok, but getting non-Tesla cameras to display on the touchscreen is whole other accomplishment.
I'd love to have one of these for each repeater camera feeding 2 small (5-7 inch) monitors for always-on blind-spot video displays.I am currently working on 2 projects for Tesla dedicated video signal conversion.
In this thread, the project is only to convert and project the video signal to external device such as Dashcam or digital mirror for recording issue (using the original Tesla rearview camera for rearview recording method for blackvue liked front+rear DVR product.
For better and more clear understanding, here is the block diagram FYI
View attachment 302708
For the non-Tesla camera image displaying onto the in-car 17 inch Tesla touchscreen, project details is as follows :
Frontview (or multi-view) 720p camera for Model S
Yes understood but i already have IRO front dashcam AP1 , can i install your system to record factory rear cam ?You were working on a system that used the rear Tesla camera and both front fender mounted Tesla cameras. This was for rear and blind side monitoring. What happened with that.