Rear window car

Good afternoon ALL,

I'd like to use rear window car as my smartphone display. can be possible ?

Thanks, luca

Please try to rephrase your question.

Maybe it's just me, but I haven't deciphered the phrase 'rear window car'.

Don

I think he is referring to a backup camera monitor.

"rear windows car" is the windows/glasses car you have in the back. My idea is to know if it's possible to use windows back car as smartphone display using special small projector that is linked with my smartphone. Thanks, luca

Nope. Still makes no sense.

Give us a link to a picture or description of the object about which you are talking.

Thanks for patience. Please have a look to the attached file

lucanurchi: Please have a look to the attached file

Just what everybody needs........

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no solutions until now ?!

Put a TV on your parcel shelf than use Chromecast if you have an Android phone:

http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/mirror-an-android-device-to-your-tv-using-chromecast/

Sadly no Arduino would be involved...

Perfect for road rage.

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I think most of us have considered a similar project from time to time, but we were not thinking of saying “Hi”!

A “times square” or LED matrix would seem the simplest approach and that can be done with an Arduino and Bluetooth interface.

As always, the procedure is to learn how to use the Arduino, learn how to assemble and build a LED matrix (using readily available modules).

Next learn to use the Bluetooth modules and develop or find a suitable app on the Android phone, then put it all together.

Easy enough?


Hint - it would be most practical to have a number of pre-defined “messages” in the Arduino.

I think most of us have considered a similar project from time to time, but we were not thinking of saying "Hi"!

I was wondering how to phrase this thought... my idea was "I only need to display one message".

Don

I have a possible solution (?) :

use micro projector connected with smartophone in bluetooth and

project on transparent holographic film that is sticked on windows back car

:-))