Here are the latest alpha testing screen shots of the VIVID.
The VIVID software offers the same best in class tuning levels and features as offered in the Flashpaq and Cortex programmers.
There is a separate one button return to stock feature so you can quickly get back to stock for service visits or any other reason you desire to be in stock trim.
You will get 2 DAQ features. The first one offers real time sensor data in a bar graph form. The bar graph data offers up to 4 icons on the left of the screen. The first icon offers 0-30 mph, 0-60 mph, 1/8th mile, 1/4 mile and 1 mile data with storage to save the runs.
The next two icons cover groupings of the most popular engine sensors.
The fourth icon offers data on vehicle speed, mph, etc....
Each of these icons can be selected at random as often as the user wants.
The second DAQ option is an application that offers real time sensor data in an analog gauge format providing a total of 5 gauges on the screen.
Touching an individual gauge pulls up a list of features that allow you to customize a number of options including how the face looks and what specific sensor you would like to view and record.
There is a mileage monitor called the Driving Coach that details your particular mileage gains or losses in real time helping those interested in improving their mileage actually see the results as they change their driving habits.
A Maintenance Manager allows you the ability to program reminders in the application such as an oil change so you don’t forget.
Additional to the vehicle specific features a few Droid options are conveniently linked into the VIVID software for easy access. Some of those features are a Still/Video camera
And music player that can play music in the background while you tune.