Hey, Brenon! Great to see you again.
Glad to hear you've been putting in new features. I remember last we talked about the possibility of using the scanner also as turn signal flashers (for those with amber lenses) and hazard lights, etc. Then I took my site down and it's now back up again as a car community in the works. Feel free to re-link me.
Only I think the category has changed since I was listed last. I haven't been listing it yet as the site is still under development.
I started working late summer so that's why I haven't done too much with the site outside of restructuring the site. I have been keeping up with car updates and soon will have more after my car gets welded. I have one person's profile to add to the Cars & Driver's section as well.
I do have you linked in my site though, in the Body Shop area in the Graphics and Lighting category.
From what I've seen of your scanner movies, they ROCK!
I was wondering though - can I get those in Plain White? I'm planning to get a hood scoop with blackout and put a scanner in a modified hood scoop in a way that will allow easy maintenance. I also would like to eventually have the scanner controllable by a PC-based Linux-powered on-board computer that has an AI that will use the scanner as a "mood indicator" and even do things like fix the light beem in the direction of a person as if "looking" at them, go slow when he's worried/upset, fast when he's anxious/mad, etc.
Do you think your system would eventaully be able to handle such an interface? Just more ideas for the future.
I would think it would be nice to hook it up either via PC card as the controller and then plug a long enough cable (for those that may house the computer in the trunk) to the scanner on the front of the car.
You're about the only one that I know of that is making a programmable scanner system as advanced as you have. This is why I am asking about this. Seems you'd have the technical know-how.