When it comes to driving games, the graphical performance in terms of hardware as well as software programming have certainly come a long way from its early 2D days, where you can now opt to view your rear view mirror as well as the side mirrors, but such peripheral vision does not feel that real no thanks to the nature of a flat display that we see in most living rooms today. If you have the cash to spare in addition to risking the wrath of your other half, then you might want to consider planting the TL1 simulator from Motion Simulator right smack in the middle of the living room, as this system relies on a trio of high definition projectors, delivering a complete view of the virtual track ahead.
Not only that, this simulator will play nice with current generation consoles including the PS3 and Xbox 360. The thing is, you will need to have at least $18,600 in your bank account before you are able to bring this puppy home, not to mention clearing out most of the stuff in your living room – unless, of course, you happen to live in a gargantuan mansion somewhere. No, purchasing the TL1 simulator does not mean you get a free model to sit in with you as seen below.
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