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Seems plausible to me, looking into a rearview mirror gives you the opposite effect as you get when looking at a monitor displaying a camera facing backwards. You actually want the video to be "mirrored" for this application. 

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Oh yeah- that's happened to me in my track day car.  Tinted lexan and lots of roll cage means almost zero rear visibility, so I installed a full time back up camera. Luckily I didn't hit anyone, but it is an odd experience to expect the car overtaking you to pass on one side and having them appear on the opposite side of the car.  

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