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      11-25-2012, 08:01 AM   #5
Nahoa
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Not in my experience. Judge the front more by the image of the car and the proximity sensor. The live image of the wheel through the fish eye lens and the prepared image of the car don't match up entirely. The fisheye seems to put things in their most accurate position when they're on the ground (paint lines, etc) or fairly short like curbs. Taller stuff starts to warp around a bit.
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