Upgrade Your Car With A Backup Camera Connected To Your Phone

Upgrade Your Car With A Backup Camera Connected To Your Phone
Automotive

A new take on automotive tech lets you bring modular upgrades to any vehicle, instead of paying for expensive options from the dealer

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 14 july 2016

With the help of Tesla and 3D printers, the new frontier in automotive vehicles is modularity: the ability to replace and/or improve a car without having to buy a completely new model. At the forefront of this movement is Pearl Automation, a tool builder for upgrading the tech within a car, headed by Bryson Gardner and his team of former Apple executives. Kick-starting its product offerings is RearVision, a replaceable frame for your license plate which feeds 180-degree video directly to your smartphone when one is in reverse.

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