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E-Motion Core Sensor Prototype Gamma - Race Test 05 (Dec 2006 nostalgia)

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Published on Feb 2, 2009

A small series of tests using only one E-motion Sensor.

This was done as an exhibition to show just how versatile they are - amazingly this test was done using only one hand, and no buttons (!!!). Using this configuration, users are able to race with a near zero learning curve.

One E-Motion Sensor (on glove) without use of any physical buttons provides: left and right steering, gas pedal, nitro, brake pedal, and reset - try that with any controller, never mind without buttons!

a few notes:

- in context, this series of tests were performed with the default windows HID driver, and we do not run the E-Motion configuration applet, or the xpadder applet.

- flat-out2 does not support the use of more than one gamepad or joystick at a time.

- using the xpadder applet in its current iteration we are able to configure and use up to 16 E-Motion Sensors.

- currently we are using/suggesting up to four E-Motion Sensors to model real life racing (with zero learning curve by modelling real movements ); head (look left, right, behind), left hand (steering/turbo/handbrake), right hand (shifter , handbrake), and right foot (gas/brake/ENTER )

hope the vocalist and song is ok ;)

More notes:

- the image being projected is 8.5 feet wide. the room was almost pitch black, so the camera im using does a just-ok job of capturing the video - you can see everything ok but thats why we usually use PIP so you can see the user and resulting video clearer.

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