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Feel Three is a new virtual reality motion simulator launched via Kickstarter that blasted past its required £50,000 pledge goal in just five hours.

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If you’re looking for the most affordable and probably the best home VR racing simulator seat, a Hungarian startup company might have the ultimate solution for you: Yaw VR, an affordable, portable, lightweight home VR racing simulator seat, now available for early birds for US$ 890 on Kickstarter.

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As part of the ongoing marketing launch of the all-new 2018 Kia Stinger, Kia Motors America will begin offering virtual reality test drive at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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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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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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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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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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MMOne might be the ultimate gaming chair you’ve been always dreaming about. It brings your favourite amusement park ride right into your living room (or rather into the garage), and makes you spin 360 in all axis.

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D-BOX, a motion seating technology company, has announced to present an unparalleled immersive driving experience at the Montreal International Auto Show. D-BOX has teamed up with ICAR, Canada’s ultimate motor sports complex, to offer a demonstration of immersive virtual reality.

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