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Starting next month, drivers of all types can record virtually everything about their trips with the new Waylense Horizon.

The $449 (pre-sale) device records up to 1080p video along with data that's delivered via your ODB-II port (standard on all vehicles built after 1996).

Waylense video overlay

Top Specs include:

  • 57 degree wide angle, f/2.4 aperture lense
  • Optical 1/1.8”, High sensitivity, High dynamic range camera sensor
  • 400x400 circular display @ 1.39"
  • Slo-mo video (720p HD @ 120 fps) & Time-lapse video
  • Built-in Sensors:
  • Barometer
  • Three-axis accelerometer
  • Three-axis gyro
  • Three-axis Magnetometer
  • 10Hz GPS

Types of data collected & displayed?

Anything the ODB-II sensor in your vehicle streams:

  • Speed
  • RPM
  • Fuel-Flow
  • Estimated MPG
  • Air-Flow

To learn more or pre-ordeer, visit

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Waylense Horizon

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