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Force Dynamics 401CR - Introduction

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Uploaded on Jan 7, 2011

This is the 401CR.

Unlike the regular 401, which can rotate 180 degrees, the CR can spin continuously, like a record on a turntable (does anyone remember those?). This allows it to replicate car rotation with a 1:1 ratio, and no 'washout' - the inverse motion required to prevent limited-rotation simulators from running out of room.

The two PCs that run the simulation and platform control are on board the simulator, under the steps. We use extra bracing for the video cards, and SSD drives rather than rotating media; an onboard WiFi access point provides internet connectivity to the onboard computers, and a Gefen wireless HD video transmitter and wireless USB keyboard/mouse allow direct control of the machine via a remote station with only a monitor and the extender box, rather than a complete PC.

We're working on getting more information up on our web site now; in the mean time, enjoy the video!

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