Choose from HD projection screens, 55" single-panel 3D-capable displays, or triple-monitor setups from 24 inches to 27 inches (shown). Optional on triple-monitor systems is nVidia's gSync, which provides incredibly smooth 144hz motion that quite literally must be seen to be believed.
A 600 watt amplifier drives five Boston Acoustics satellite speakers, and a separate 300 watt amplifier provides power to a 12-inch driver in a tuned enclosure custom-built by Force Dynamics.
Force Dynamics' in-house-designed force feedback wheel provides close to 50 times the torque of consumer FFB wheels, and its onboard electronic damping lets forces come through cleanly without the oscillations and jerks that plague other hardware. Looking for even more control? Add a handbrake, gate shifter, sequential shifter, or optional pedal sets.
This is the 401cr.
It's a motion platform that tilts and rotates to simulate the experience of being in a car, plane, or pretty much any other vehicle.
It comes ready-to-go, with an on-board computer, monitors, a 900 watt surround sound system, and the most powerful force feedback wheel in the business.
It works like this:
It's built from the ground up for simulation.
Force Dynamics-designed struts deliver 500lbs of peak thrust for up to 2gs of instantaneous acceleration. A 3hp-peak servo drives a 1:1 yaw axis, so you feel everything your car does as it corners - and with unlimited rotation, nothing it doesn't.
What's it cost?
The 302 starts at $30,000 US.
The 301 starts at $45,000.
The 401 starts at $66,000.
The 401cr starts at $85,000.
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