I've been wanting to install a dashcam in my car for a long time so that if I ever get into an accident I have a video showing that it wasn't my fault (hopefully). I'd say that on an average commute, 20% of the people that share the road with me are weapons-grade ******ed, so a dashcam of some sort would be a good investment. Just the other day I was cut off by a girl who was holding a drink in one hand, talking on the cell phone with the other, and steering with her elbow... So I was thinking of writing a dashcam application for my soon-to-be obtained Android phone. The idea is that when you plug the phone into your car dock (same place you'd plug it in if you wanted to use GPS) the dashcam app would automatically load up and start filming at roughly 2 FPS. The film quality should allow you to easily make out what's going on, but be small enough that it doesn't take up a lot of space. To conserve space the app should only "remember" the last hour or so of what it taped (which if you get into an accident should be more than good enough) and delete anything older. That's just a general, not very thought, through idea of what I want to make. What are your thoughts on such an app, and does anyone know if there are already apps like this out in the market?