Sounds like they don't want your business even though you're willing to pay. Why go to the hassle.
Instead of making excuses for failing companies maybe start enjoying video games? A little bit maybe?
What does the perfect sim racing setup look like?
The perfect sim racing setup is a full set up. No idea what that means.
Does the effort go into the steering and force feedback, or the seats and hydraulics, or something else?
Oh boy are you in for a treat!
I think the guy himself has a 100K Racing Sim in his house fully decked out with 3 x 40"+ screens doing surround gaming with custom seat, wheel, pedals, etc..
If you ever wore a workman helmet, then you should be familiar with how a VR headset works as well in terms of its weight characteristics. The only condition under which wearing a VR headset might be unpleasant is in the sweltering summer heat.I'm not sure how long I'll be able to wear the headset. The simulations I'd like to do are things like GT3 cars doing endurance racing. So, that's a concern. My understanding is that they're not all that comfortable after a while - but I still want to check it out. I'd like to be able to look to my sides, over at the rear-view camera or checking my mirrors, and that sort of stuff. I understand that a 3 monitor setup is pretty adequate.
If you ever wore a workman helmet, then you should be familiar with how a VR headset works as well in terms of its weight characteristics.
Well, there you have it. Like a helmet, after you get used to it, you won't even feel having it on.I know a neighbor's kid has one. I'll have to check it out. My understanding was that the weight was on the front which was awkward and uncomfortable after a while. But, I've worn helmets for long periods of time - all sorts of helmets.
Well, there you have it. Like a helmet, after you get used to it, you won't even feel having it on.
The experience could be best described as... agony!