Battlefield 3 simulator leaves mouth gaping

We know that 47 billion shots have been fired in Battlefield 3 already, but how about something far more visceral to add to your gaming experience in this latest FPS? We’re talking about the Battlefield 3 simulator here that is truly a world’s first. This special FPS simulator will make gaming as real as possible, wherever you move, walk, aim or fire – and bear in mind, you too, can receive fire in return – all within a 360-degree immersive environment.

Based on the world’s first, portable omni-directional treadmill that was designed by Swedish company MSE Weibull, you use your body as the controller to manipulate your on screen avatar, while a dozen paintball markers will allow you to feel enemy gunfire as experienced in the game. Other items in the setup include a wireless gun system, ambient LED lighting, and an Xbox Kinect camera hack. Watch the entire video after the jump to see just how it works – and pick up your jaw from the floor after that.

Read more about battlefield 3 and simulator.

Take action: Like | G+ | Tweet | Pin | User Comments

You May Also Like

Goat MMO Simulator Continues To Amaze

Gun Simulator Might Be A Big Gaming Hit

Robot Modified To Fly Human Flight Simulator

Top Drift Motion Simulator : 5mn Of Awesome

New Robotic Dog Simulation Center To Train Up And Coming Vets

Pizza Simulator Game Looks Fun

EA Makes Battlefield 3 Free For Download For A Week

Battlefield 3 Player Uses Military Terms During Match For A Hilarious Experience

Most Shared

Blizzard Wants To Help Combat Harassment On Twitch

Russian Embassy Tweets Image From Command & Conquer To Warn Of Terrorism

Fans Want Help Raising $20 Million To ‘Fix Dorne’ In Game Of Thrones

Hyperloop One’s First Public Speed Test Is A Success

Apple Hit With $2.8 Billion Lawsuit Over iMessage & FaceTime

Alleged iPhone 7 Dummy Unit Photo Surfaces

Snapchat Sued Over ‘Speed Filter’ That Led To Car Crash

There Are Maybe 10-15 Episodes Left In Game Of Thrones

F-16 Used To Save The Life Of A Dying Patient

Apple Could Skip iPhone 7s, Jump Straight To iPhone 8

Researchers Accidentally Create Long-Lasting Batteries

iOS 9.3 Also Crashes iPhone 6s, 6s Plus

After Thousands Of Years, Someone Has Reinvented The Scissors

Apple Claims Backdoor Unnecessary After iPhone Password Was Changed

FBI Could Use Suspect's Fingerprint To Unlock iPhones

John McAfee Claims He Can Decrypt The iPhone In 3 Weeks