What Are The Real Drivers Made Of?
Watch the video to find out if you're one
The Four Ingredients of the Perfect Racing Sim
Reaction time is everything when it comes to overtaking opponents or taking corrective action to prevent loss of tire grip. Simulator's ultra-low latency not only keeps the driver a step ahead but also naturally removes barriers between the simulated world and the driver. There is no latency in the real world - and in the perfect simulation neither. We, humans, are naturally built to perform optimally in such world.
By coupling a wheel directly to an extremely fast responding direct drive torque motor, the driver will open a straight portal into the physics of the simulated race car and track. Such ideal torque transducer adds nothing of it's own to be felt - it's just a pure connection to the road behind the wheel. Direct drive is the only known method to achieve sub-millisecond latency and real-life race car dynamic range - the keys to true transparency.
SIMUCUBE 2 Has Them All in its Genes
Simucube 2 is the world reference class Direct Drive force feedback wheelbase.
Simucube 2 has been built around a precision robotics grade industrial motor, electronics and software fused together to form a flawless monolithic design. Everything is optimized to perform at the highest level, and with sub-millisecond latency.
Rigid mechanical coupling of the wheel is the fundamental requirement for direct drive. Simucube 2 is made to meet this requirement, even though it meant redesigning everything. Simucube Quick Release™, SQR, has zero backslashes adding zero torque artifacts. When locked-in, it equals a solid metal shaft, just like it should.
Simucube 2 works with simulator games and reconstructs the authentic environment. Thanks to Simucube 2's dedicated processor for motor control, and another processor for interfacing the PC simulator, the ultra-low latency is stable and consistent. With Simucube's award-winning force reconstruction processing, ultra low latency mode and adjustable dynamic filters, the Driver can reach realism.
Once you experience it, there's no turning back.