Connect with us

Technology

Terrifying Driving Simulator Lets a Player Feel a Car’s Motions by Short-Circuiting Their Sense of Balance – Gizmodo Australia

If you’re a fan of racing sims, a steering wheel controller is a must-have accessory, but it’s also a slippery slope towards spending thousands of dollars on a…

Published

on

Article feature image

If youre a fan of racing sims, a steering wheel controller is a must-have accessory, but its also a slippery slope towards spending thousands of dollars on a motion simulator for the full experience. YouTubes Mean Gene Hacks spent just $US50 ($64) on their simulator that translates an in-game vehicles motions to a player, but it does so using some creepy electrical stimulation of nerves that help maintain a humans balance.
Your typical driving simulator usually features a racing-style seat with…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
An Australian High School Has Received Funding For A Practical Esports Course – Kotaku Australia
Article feature image
2022 Audi RS3 puts Mercedes-AMG A45 S on notice! Drift mode engaged as new AWD monster uses five cylinders to outsprint biggest rival – CarsGuide