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RoadBox Accident Recorder documents the damage

updated 04:20 pm EST, Wed December 27, 2006

RoadBox Accident Recorder

Korean sensor manufacturer PLK is deploying the the RoadBox Driving Recorder, a camera meant to document the circumstances of an accident. Though it records continuously, the camera only saves its footage when internal sensors detect the force of a crash. It stores 14 seconds prior to the accident and six seconds from the immediate aftermath, noting speed and acceleration data simultaneously. While the RoadBox is designed to mount to the front windshield of a car, it can in theory be attached to any window to provide total coverage. A wide-angle lens ensures a high field-of-view. It's not known at the moment if the unit will ship outside South Korea, and/or at what price.



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  1. jstephe

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    20 Seconds Max?

    How cheep is that? Put some memory in there give us a minute or 2, 1 before and 1 after so I can catch the other guy fleeing the sean, or at least his her face so they can't say it wasn't them.

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