Force Dynamics Launches The 301 Motion Simulator

Posted: Jan 19 2005, 10:20am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:24pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Force Dynamics launches the 301 Motion Simulator
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Force Dynamics has launched the 301, an ultra-high quality personal and professional motion simulator. Small enough to fit in a trailer (or game room) and running off 110AC.

At the moment the 301 supports the racing simulations like Live For Speed and NASCAR 2003; support for at least five more is on the way in the next year. Force Dynamics also plans on supporting flight simulation software such as X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The 301 with racing controls and a 50” DLP projection screen retails for $24,000 in the US. For that price tag it is maybe better you buy a car, or one of the cheapo Xavix Simulation game systems.
See more photos and a video of the system on the Force Dynamics site.

See also the D-Box Motion Chair.




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