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I built a heads-up display (HUD).

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    Lightbulb I built a heads-up display (HUD).

    Hello all,

    I used to be a member of this board starting back in 2000.

    Back when I had my 2000 Camaro SS, I wanted a HUD. So I built one. I'm making all the plans free for anyone to use. It's not an overnight DIY project; you need some serious skill to make one of these. But, I'd rather "give it to the people" than have it go to waste.

    It should work with almost any 1996 and later GM car (any VPW based communications protocol).

    Here's the site with all the info and downloads. Please share it with your friends.

    http://sites.google.com/site/ehudv2/

    Have fun.

    Projecting at night.


    All display elements on.


    What it looks like on the front:
    Last edited by drranu; 08-07-2008 at 12:54 PM. Reason: added images

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    Thanks, that's what happened 3 years ago when I was "between jobs".

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    Awesome! I'm driving to Colorado to have you install one in my Camaro!

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    That Looks AWESOME!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Awesome! I'm driving to Colorado to have you install one in my Camaro!
    Thanks guys.

    Actually, once you build it, the install consists of just plugging in one end of the cable to the OBD-II port and the other to the HUD (and if you have a V1, plug that in too). No cutting, splicing or anything. Then you just slap the HUD on the dash. Now, if you wanted to, you could cut a hole in your dash...but that would be craaaazy!

    And you can take the HUD into almost only GM car.

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