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Racing simulation systems are constantly being enhanced with more precise technologies like better visual, more pixels and larger screens, clearer sound with added channels and a larger frequency response scope, and force feedback steering systems. Precise motion and vibration are the next levels of experience that are necessary to maintain a competitive edge. D-BOX Technology is now even better at creating believable simulation experiences, stimulating your kinesthetics sense to mimic a real driving experience. These hightech actuators will generate physical cues that are critical in car driving simulation.

For over 10 years D-BOX has been working with the entertainment and simulation industries providing motion solutions creating a realistic experience for audiences and bringing them in on the action. Track personality and conditions as well as race car handling are essential in improving a driver’s preparedness. Getting ready for a championship and having the opportunity to virtually rehearse a track in any weather condition is a new key competitive advantage. The total immersive experience in training translates into fractions of second enhancements and improvements that will help drivers to get closer to the pole position.


Products

D-BOX motion-cueing systems enable you to develop highly reliable training applications that respond and adapt to real-life situations, such as textures, velocity, engine vibrations and vehicle dynamics motion. By integrating our motion-cueing systems with your simulation engine, you gain a highly reliable simulator that responds to on-screen situations and user responses, using kinesthetic cues to build operators’ psychomotor reflexes.


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D-BOX GEN II Actuators 1.5

Configurations can encompass from 1 to 7 actuators in order to replicate the expected degrees of freedom (DOF). Vertically installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (roll, pitch and heave). Horizontally installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (sway, surge and yaw). Our basic “i” model can support most configurations. The HD model is intended for more robust and intensive usage. Users can choose between Captive and Non-Captive extremities as well as attachment brackets with L and U options.

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D-BOX GEN II Actuators 3

Configurations can encompass from 1 to 7 actuators in order to replicate the expected degrees of freedom (DOF). Vertically installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (roll, pitch and heave). Horizontally installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (sway, surge and yaw). Our basic “i” model can support most configurations. The HD model is intended for more robust and intensive usage. Users can choose between Captive and Non-Captive extremities as well as attachment brackets with L and U options.

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D-BOX GEN II Actuators 5

Configurations can encompass from 1 to 7 actuators in order to replicate the expected degrees of freedom (DOF). Vertically installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (roll, pitch and heave). Horizontally installed Gen II Actuators deliver three axes of movement (sway, surge and yaw). Our basic “i” model can support most configurations. The HD model is intended for more robust and intensive usage. Users can choose between Captive and Non-Captive extremities as well as attachment brackets with L and U options.