The Hexatech £120,000 F1 Simulator

F1-SimulatorThe Simulator company Cruden has built an F1 simulator that costs a hefty £120,000. The simulator is called the Hexatech and is capable of providing what Cruden call 6DOF (six degrees of freedom).

The simulator is said to provide g-Force simulation of multiple G’s as well as realistic steering that is 100% accurate.

‘Let’s be clear: this is not a video game linked up to a steering wheel, race seat and pedals. Although easy to operate, this is the exact same equipment used by the top racing drivers and engineers to improve their race craft and evaluate new tracks and car settings. Our simulator and the software it uses cannot be bought in a store.

The £120k simulator comes with either 3 42 inch screens or stereo projectors to wrap the image around the user providing a more realistic simulation. Due to the hefty price you also get a number of options that can see the simulator configured for single or 3 seat setup along with open or closed cockpits as well as the optional body kit.

The system requires 5KWh of electricity to run and requires a room with 2.3m x 3m of space along with a ceiling height of 3m and a floor capable of carrying 1000kg/m2.


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  1. so play the real once….OMG maybe i’ll never sleep if i’ve it in my home…hhuuufffttt…

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