Drivers that would like to keep a visual track of their journeys, just in case anything untoward should happen such as an accident or near miss. May be interested in a new vehicle dash camera called the Clex which has been designed by SDS.
SDS have taken to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to raise the required funds to take their design into production, and more can be learnt about its design and functionality by watching the video below
The Clex dash camera has been designed to enabling you to easily record the views from your windscreen and rear window as you drive in high definition. SDS its developers explain more :
Clex dash cam can be connected to a GPS with built-in antenna to record your speed, location and time. So you can use the information when it is need. This feature can be used on younger driver to teach and learn to be a better driver. You can also track the record your journey when driving with your friends or family.
Clex dash cam will records both front and rear while you are driving in full HD mode. The dash cam can pair with rear view camera that is designed with the same high quality and durability for a worry free drive. With 2 channel (front & rear) feature will provide the same high quality recording capability for both directions. The roads are never safe as you think they are. In 2010, there were over 5 million traffic collisions across United States. If you are involved in an accident, it is often difficult for drivers to recall the crucial details surrounding the incident. With Clex dash cam installed in your vehicle, you will have reliable & silent witness at all times.
Clex dash cam will automatically start recording when the ignition is turned on. So you will not miss any possible incidents when it’s most needed. It’s also equipped with auto looping features allowing unused footage to be overwritten if the memory car is full.
So if you think Clex is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Clex become a reality and make a pledge from just $79 for super early bird backers.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Gadgets News, Top News