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The 'Waylens' Horizon Camera was Built for the Adrenaline Junkie

 - Aug 24, 2017
References: waylens & yankodesign
While most dashboard cameras are built with security and reassurance in mind, the Waylens Horizon camera was built for the adrenaline junkie, looking to record some high-speed footage. Designed for performance cars, and used primarily for race tracks or off road racing this dashboard-affixed recording device can capture all the thrills in 60 frames per second. In addition to its technological advancements, the device also provides a 'Need for Speed' style of video playback, which layers your laps on top of one another like a real-life racing video game. As an added bonus, the camera can clip onto the car's steering wheel, offering a unique, fast-paced view point.

The innovative camera provides drivers with a unique capabilities, as well as engaging viewers through offering "data-driven POV approach to viewing a race."