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The real-time graphics engine produces full colour HD graphics showing speed, G-force, lap times, track maps and sensor data. These graphics are overlaid onto the main video picture in real time (not using software afterwards), making your videos much more exciting and informative.
Dual 1080p video superimposed on real-time graphics – lap times, g-force, track position, & speed
The video cameras are designed in-house using the latest Sony Exmor™ HD sensor, which gives superb colour reproduction and great night sensitivity. They are small, waterproof and come with a 3m cable allowing remote mounting.
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You can now set an exposure window on the camera preview, ensuring absolutely perfect video capture every time, avoiding the ‘letterbox’ effect that can occur on very bright days.
The Wi-Fi network that connects the HD2 to your smartphone is password protected – useful when surrounded by fellow users in the pit garage!
Built-In Track Database
The internal 10 Hz GPS engine recognises the track you are driving from a built-in circuit database of almost 500 circuits all over the world and automatically configures the track-map and lap-timing without you having to remember to do anything, you just turn up at a circuit and start driving.
Rugged Video Recorder
The VBOX Video HD2 is our most rugged Video recorder yet, with a water resistant aluminium housing, high grade motorsport connectors, and a supercapacitor power backup system. Our internal guiding principle is ‘never lose data’.
Having spent hours at the track we come up with what we feel is the ideal recording strategy to ensure that every moment is captured on video, without filling up your memory card.
To save you having to remember to press the record button, the VBOX HD2 will start recording automatically whenever you go above 15 km/h. This means that the memory card doesn’t get filled up whilst you are stationary on the grid or in the pits. By setting the default speed to 15 km/h, it stops the creation of lots of small files whenever the GPS signal is affected by being in a garage or close to a building.
That’s all well and good you may say, but doesn’t that mean I lose the start and end of each session?
Not anymore, and this is why:
‘Lose No Data’ Power Backup
As far as we know, no other in-car video camera can do what the VBOX HD2 can, and that is to continuously buffer up to 30 s of video before the car starts moving. The moment you move above 15 km/h, the video pre-buffer is written out to the memory card, ensuring that you capture absolutely all of the action.
Compatible with AiM Dashboards
If you’re running an AiM dashboard or logger, you can now record the CAN data directly from it into a VBOX Video HD2. All the AiM CAN channels have been incorporated into the VBOX database so you can select the channels in HD2 setup that you want to log.
A physical connection between the dash/logger and your HD2 is made possible with the new cables RLCAB144 and RLCAB145, available to order now from our eStore. These cables will make it possible to connect directly to the AiM dashboard or the AiM Smartycam connection cable.
We have also created this scene for use on an HD2 which you can download here.
There are a significant number of parameters available for logging, including Brake Position, Brake Pressure, Fuel level, Lateral Acceleration and Steering Angle. Instructions on how to configure/connect the devices for use together are available here.
Bluetooth for Heart Rate Monitoring
Bio-metrics are an increasing element in analysing driver performance. With the TICKR Heart Rate Monitor connected via Bluetooth to a VBOX Video HD2 you can log your heart rate and display it on the video. HD2 has been configured to work specifically with this model.