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Posted 22 December 2009 - 08:26 PM

http://www.ferrari.c...22_F1_news.aspx

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The platform weighs around two tonnes and is fitted with electronically controlled actuators that way around half a tonne each. The whole structure is fitted on a specially designed and built base, weighing two hundred tons. The whole is controlled by ten multiprocessor calculators with a total memory of over 60 GB of RAM: the amount of data that can be produced is around 5GB per day. It features a Dolby Surround 7.1 sound system, putting out 3500 W. The installation required over ten kilometres of cabling and power output is around 130 kW. The simulator is housed in a building measuring around 180 square metres, on two floors, which includes the control room. The platform covers a surface area of around eight metres wide by the same length and is six metres high. The driver is installed in front of five displays, which give a total viewing angle in excess of 180.


*Drools*

My Rfactor, G25, F1 RFT 2009 and 5.1 surround still good to me though I would die for a go in that simulator. Apparently the McLaren simulator in Woking is pretty incredible to.




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