My role on the project: Interaction design
Collaborators: Abraão Lucas (Visual design), Tamara Baia (Interaction design)
External collaborators: Anderson Schimuneck (Visual design), Nando Sperb (Visual design)
Mobile: n800, n810, n900
Using the built-in GPS receiver and N900 Bluetooth OBDII reader, Carman can read codes ODBII and vehicle information, such as wheel speed and engine load. Carman also allows you to analyze and plan the route, as well as to monitor the situation on a map of your friends. Carman - read on for information on the OBD2 protocol speed, rpm, oil pressure and a lot of different information and options.
The user can login using existing protocol account: Yahoo, MSN, Jabber and others. With the account the user can follow friends who are using Carman, see their routes if the GPS is on and check their RPM and Km/h. Follow some screenflows related to this feature, that I worked on.