July 15, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
I’ve been driving the same car for two years, but when the time comes to upgrade, I’m definitely going to purchase something capable of doing this. AndroidGuys discovered a video in which someone showcases how he manages to get the Droid Incredible to push live video out to his Range Rover’s dashboard. Want.
In the video, our innovative friend shows how great it is to play Pandora, listen to music, and use Google Maps as he drives. And while I’d hope users would be smart enough to not use these features while driving, it also supports Twitter, YouTube, certain video and almost anything else. Unlike other phones using HDMI out, the Droid Inc doesn’t block video out, so users aren’t limited by what can display.
There are instances in which this can potentially crash – such as trying to watch 720p video or running too many apps at once – so be mindful of that if you’re trying to build your own DroidMobile.