Hi I thought maybe an idea I had would be good to share with you. I don't know if it's been done before or currently. I also don't know if it's already patented so much that anybody who tried it wouldn't instantly die a death of a thousand cuts from the paperwork sent by lawyers. Here's my idea: I see a lot of motion simulators that get made for racing and all cost far too much and take up more space. I wonder if it's possible to wear a helmet or brace mounted on your head attached to your neck/body to simulate driving forces through with motors or servos?! Then you could move the head to simulate the yaw, pitch and roll angle. In this way I imagine you would feel everything a simulated car is doing (except G forces) and be able to control it in a natural way. All at a lower cost and smaller size than a full size simulator. Obviously you'd need to use an Oculus Rift or something similar as well. Hopefully you guys don't think I'm nuts as I see lots of projects and mods posted on here.