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Old 11-18-2017, 07:56 PM   #1
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50 inch picture window in the bedroom.

Idea, at less than 2 inches thick, mount a 50 inch flat panel on the bedroom wall. Then use the rear camera feed to feed the 50 inch panel.

That would give you a rear picture window, with nobody seeing in. You could walk around naked in the bedroom. With a 50 inch feed streaming in.

Trim it out just like a window.
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Since a back up camera is usually angled slightly downward so one can keep an eye on the toad while traveling, I'm not sure a 50" picture of the ground behind my coach is what I'm looking for.

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Very good point Lori, The pitch of the rear camera would have to be adjustable with a better camera. Either way, the monitor would display 6 feet off the ground, while the camera would display 12 feet off the ground.Trying to marry the expectation, pretty close.

If the brightness of the display can match what is viewed in real time. We may be onto something. The display brightens and darkens just like the sunrise & sunset.

That way the display, matches the windows, in both brightness, and darkness.

Traditionally the camera's have been used for security and driving. What if the camera/display, could go from pitch black to a sunrise in brightness over real time.

That would be one nice thing to wake up too, or go to sleep too.

The idea basically mirrors that giant windshield, with the same thing in the rear with a giant display monitor. But provides privacy for the sleeping quarters.

It may be trimmed in with wood trim, but no need for curtains.
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I like my back wall rear window. Always there, always on. Shades if need be. Main reason we went gas and not diesel.
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I like my back wall rear window. Always there, always on. Shades if need be. Main reason we went gas and not diesel.
Spoiled,, don't have that luxury in an LA, do have a big wall tho. Maybe get a Samsung 360 camera and put it up on the roof. Could wake up, scan all the way around and see what is new the morning.

Before coffee.

Was in Costco today, a 65 inch Samsung is less than 2 inches thick.
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