The Starland Driver HUD is included with all Generation 2 Starland vehicles. The same HUD may be used across all cars that have been sold or upgraded to Generation 2. For Generation 1 cars, please use the HUD that came with the car.
The HUD retrieves information from the car for it's settings, so the same instance of the HUD can be used for any compatible vehicle.
The HUD is also transferable to allow guest drivers to benefit from the HUD.
|Text Chat||If on, repeats chat between HUD and car in console|
|KPH||If on, HUD will use Kilomoters.|
|Transparency||Transparancy setting for HUD background|
Different Starland models will use these buttons for features unique to that car. Please see user guide for the car you are using for functions in this section.
Shows current speed, cruise on or off status, selected gear and odometer reading. Units for speedometer and odometer are in Imperial (miles, miles per hour) units, but can be switched to Metric from the Settings menu. If the car you are driving is set to KPH, it will switch automatically when seated.
"Cruise On/Off" line also functions as a switch to turn cruise control on or off.
Commands as shown only work when gestures are worn. Without gestures, commands must be sent on channel 1087 (ex: /1087 lights)
|Start/Stop||Shift-F12||/REMOTESTART||Engine||Also accessible by mouseclick on ignition key if car has one.|
|Car Menu||Car Menu|
|Left Turn Signal||F4||/lt|
|Right Turn Signal||F5||/rt|
|Lock/Unlock||/l, /ul||Accessible by clicking on the Starland Medallion on left side of most cars.|
|Front Left Window||/wfl|
|Front Right Window||/wfr|
|Rear Left Window||/wrl||Not available on all vehicles|
|Rear Right Window||/wrr||Not available on all vehicles|
|Cruise On||*||F6||/ccon||Cruise On||*Cruise can also be toggled on/off by clicking over "Cruise" text in info box|
|Cruise Off||*||F7||/ccoff||Cruise Off|
|Low Gear Ratio||4LO||Shift-F11||/4LO||MODE||Accessible on dash on some models|
|High Gear Ratio||4HI||F11||/4HI||MODE||Accessible on dash on some models|
|2 Wheel Drive||2WD||Ctrl-F11||/2WD||MODE||Accessible on dash on some models|
|Foglights||Shift-F9||/fg||Not available on all vehicles|
|Floodlights||Ctrl-F9||Not available on all vehicles|
|Sunroof||/sun||Not available on all vehicles|
The driver HUD should be attached before sitting in the driver seat. However, the car can be directed to connect from the Add-On menu if the driver is already seated. Click Addons -Resync if necessary to reconnect.
Once connected, the HUD will activate and gather information from the car you are driving.
HUD will reset whenever standing from the car.
The HUD defaults to miles for distance units. When you sit on a car, the car alerts the HUD to the units the car is set for. After sitting, you can override the car using the HUD settings menu. This affects both the speedometer and the odometer. All information in the car is stored as miles. Value is converted when KPH is selected so switching back and forth will not impact the recorded value.