"unbeatable price performance on high-end gear"No need to worry about. We will make more announcements before the end of next month.
We will continue to serve three different target groups:
CSL: Advanced and ambitious simracers on a budget
ClubSport: Hardcore simracers which are looking for an unbeatable price performance on high-end gear
Podium: The best of the best. Leading technology and functionality.
I drive H pattern cars only and I have a big immersion problem with VR - I can't see my hand resting on the shifter, I have to put it in gear to activate the animation, if there is any at all.No need for any of this when you drive in VR, you always drive the exact wheel of the car you are driving.
And they say VR is expensive! Amateur's!
You should just let your muscle memory develop.I drive H pattern cars only and I have a big immersion problem with VR - I can't see my hand resting on the shifter, I have to put it in gear to activate the animation, if there is any at all.
For me, VR has to go all out Johnny Mnemonic style - where you can scan your equipment and incorporate it to the virtual dash, move your hands off the wheel and feel the touch feedback from the gauges, the wheel and the car interiror.
Until that happens, VR is just a high tech demo.
Isn't fully prepped GT3 car is around 700K Euro?The price will be a huge surprice in the motorsport world. Similar steering wheels are typically 5000 € and that is the true value of this steering wheel.
Just like we did with our other products we came up with ways to bring down the price a lot and deliver unbeatable price performance which is good for motorsport and even competes with similar offerings ( but with less features and lower quality level) on the simracing market .
lol you should have read the blog post, this video was fake and purely marketing. This time it's real.
It doesn't really look much different to the Porsche 911.2's wheel: https://d3lp4xedbqa8a5.cloudfront.n...072/2018-porsche-991-2-911-gt3-r-interior.jpg
It's not about the muscle memory mate, I want to put on some haptic feedback gloves and see my real hands in the virtual environment.The wheel is all right, the marketing is ridiculous.
You should just let your muscle memory develop.
Have no problem with H-Shifter, Sequential, Handbrake, and 3 different wheel plates in VR.
"High tech demo"
lol, could you link to the blog post as I can't see where it says it was fake, unless i'm looking at the wrong post.
Regardless, this will no doubt attract an additional cost. No brainer for people that have a GT3 car to get the dual use out of it
Yeah, I know.. I kept my post a bit "provocative" so you're totally right to point that out!The idea of laserscanning isn't really to get the bumps and cracks or whatever everyone claims, those are not even that accurate nor do any small cracks or crevices exist in the sim tracks. At least large bumps end up in the right spot, but I'm unsure if the magnitudes are correct at all, based on what I've heard.
The point however is to get the general elevations, camber, positioning of the road with only a meter or two of error in the end. As opposed to completely estimating it and being far off in the end. That's the big important part IMO.