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Adding a VR headset to your sim racing equipment is a great idea, but as you know there’s always room for improvement. We have been curious what a truly high quality, professional level motion rig setup could offer to sim racers, so we have reached out to R.E. Moore Jr., founder and chief engineer of Boston based VR …

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While due to hardware limitations GT Sport isn’t likely to become the holy grail of VR racing simulators on consoles, but this first official trailer featuring the game’s VR mode still promises a fantastic racing experience for PS4 gamers.

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As we have reported earlier, one of the most exciting features of Gran Turismo Sport, the ability to race in virtual reality, is going to be very limited. In a recent interview, Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO of the developer studio Polyphony Digital, talked very openly about the challenges of development.

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As part of a US $130 million (£100 million) research project backed by the UK government, a company named 3D Repo is creating 3D Virtual Reality visualisations to help simulate driverless vehicle routes. Led by Transport Research Laboratory (TRL), the project is part of the Smart Mobility Living Lab, located in Greenwich, London.

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Delivery giant UPS takes employee training very seriously. The company has announced it will start training student delivery drivers to spot and identify road hazards using Virtual Reality (VR) headsets that vividly simulate the experience of driving on city streets while teaching a more memorable classroom lesson.

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The UK’s tallest building, The Shard has introduced two VR experiences designed to test tourists’ fear level when visiting the one of the latest attractions of London. While visitors enjoy the panoramic views 300m above the city, on the very same 72nd floor they can also test out a virtual reality slide simulation around a CGI version …

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A recent trademark application registration has revealed the potential name for Lenovo’s upcoming Windows 10 VR headset as the Lenovo Mirage.

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The Japanese manufacturer is showcasing the latest CX-5 SUV in four shopping centres in the UK, offering shoppers the chance to take a virtual reality (VR) test drive.

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We have reported before that October 19th will be the release date of PlayStation 4’s probably most awaited driving simulator, Gran Turismo SPORT, the first in the iconic title’s series that will feature a VR gameplay mode. Prior to the release date, Polyphony Digital held a a studio tour in its Tokyo headquarter, showing the …

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It doesn’t seem like all that long ago since virtual reality in motoring was centered around the research and development laboratories of leading car manufacturers, but now it has evolved into something much more. VR is now widely used by dealerships, satellite motoring industries (e.g. tire companies) and even you, the everyday motorist.

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The globally popular Mario Kart has been reborn in VR, but this is not a game that you can play in your living room. No, this one you can play only in an arcade, namely at the VR-Zone, located in Shinjuku district of Tokyo.

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It’s been known for a long time that PlayStation’s classic racing simulator returns to your living room, and finally we have a date to save. The official release date of Gran Turismo Sport is 18th October 2017. Don’t be surprised if it’s delayed though.

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A virtual reality distracted driving simulator is taking a nationwide tour around the USA. The tour focuses on the dangers of smartphone distractions while driving.

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At E3 2017 producer Kazunori Yamauchi revealed some additional info about the next GT game scheduled to release this fall. We learned that the simulator is already at its final refinement stage, and Yamauchi also mentioned that while releasing games in the middle of the optimization process is very common nowadays, this time Sony gave them enough time to …

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Mixed reality sim racer, Marcel Pfister –read our interview with him- has jumped behind the wheel of the Rfactor 2 beta, to take its F1 car to the virtual streets of Monaco. As usual, Marcel’s his hands and the wheel on the video are real, while everything else comes from the the Oculus Rift display. …

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Manufacturer of professional driving simulators, Cruden, have been working on realistic motorcycle simulators since 2005, to be used professionally by other manufacturers, race teams, universities, research institutions and road safety organisations.  Recently, the company unveiled their latest model, the VR-enabled Cruden B306-HMD

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