CXC Simulations – Converting a Real 2009 F1 Car into a Simulator
CXC Simulations are known for their high-end CXC “Motion Pro II” racing simulator which is often utilized as a serious training tool for professional racing drivers. Besides the hardcore sim industry, the company is also active in the corporate and entertainment sectors.
Recently, Norwegian Cruise Lines asked CXC Simulations to construct for them a high-spec racing simulator featuring a real formula one chassis. The previously mentioned simulator is based on the 2009 Williams FW31 Formula 1 car as raced by Nico Rosberg. It will be a highlight at a new luxury Norwegian Joy cruise ship. The Simulator is equipped with huge panoramic 24.9 million pixels displays and features a fully-functional formula steering wheel, VR options, and a high-end surround sound system.
In 2007, Chris Considine founded CXC Simulations. Based in Los Angeles, California, he started building simulators for both professional drivers and motorsports enthusiasts. It did not take long before the CXC Motion Pro was born. Today the famous CXC Motion Pro Simulator is the pride of the company. The motion simulator is purpose built for private, professional and commercial environments. Today, CXC Simulations is one of the companies out there raising the bar of modern simulation hardware and its implementation into the real world racing scene.
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