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Finished Prototype of 2 man cockpit

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by RealGT, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. RealGT

    RealGT

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    Enjoy

     
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  2. rocafella1978

    rocafella1978
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    well done and beautiful FOV. must have cost you a good amount of trial & error, lots of hours and money. thanks for sharing!
     
  3. Jeremy Ford

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    Amazing, this is like VR being plugged directly into your brain. Very awesome and a little jealous.
     
  4. RealGT

    RealGT

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    Thanks gents, it is greatly appreciated. There was tons and tons of trial, error and tweaking to reach this point. I'm currently at a stage where now the major hurdles for Assetto Corsa are removed. I can edit most of the hard top cars to suit the simulator. Its very immersive, and like VR, you actually feel like you're on the track. I have a couple of Porsche GT drivers coming next weekend for testing and further refinement. I hope to have a second prototype designed in the next couple of months. Thanks for looking.
     
  5. asteroulis

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    I Think that people have had the same feeling here and that's why this thread doesn't get many answers. Its overwhelmingly good work, and whatever is set as a comment is seems too little in front of your achievement.
     
  6. Stephan 2017

    Stephan 2017

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    This is crazy. Very nice work indeed!