Whilst strictly not a sim racing product, I felt that this particular item would be of interest to Bsimracing readers.
Cooler Master, the manufacturer of innovative computer components and peripherals, and Canada-based D-BOX Technologies who are designing, and manufacturing high-end motion systems for the entertainment, simulation, and training markets worldwide are collaborating to launch the Motion 1, haptic gaming chair.
Designed from the ground-up, Motion 1 brings a whole new identity to Cooler Master’s Setup centerpiece. 3D-sculpted foam offers an unprecedented level of comfort for all body types. Height adjustability and reclining are always present and can be used independently from the Haptic mechanism to offer complete ergonomic control for all user heights.
Motion 1 also delivers an innovative new headrest and lumbar support system for rapid adjustment and removal. This chair will bring is a wealth of movement and vibration to gamers while watching movies, TV shows, and playing video games.
This new Motion 1 Seat will be up for pre-order in Q4 of 2021 and is expected to become available in January 2022. The chair is expected to be sold at an MSRP ranging from $1,999.99 to $2,299.99.
We have been envisioning a truly immersive entertainment experience for everyone’s home desk setup, and gaming chairs have become the best medium to deliver this, merging everyday functionality and comfort with on-demand haptic sensations during gameplay or movie enjoyment. says Chris Chen, Head of Business, I/O of Cooler Master.
It’s absolutely thrilling to partner with D-BOX to bring the virtual world to life and co-innovate the haptic experience for our tech-lifestyle eco-system,” added Jimmy Sha, CEO of Cooler Master
As announced last December, Cooler Master officially launches today, as a world premiere, the first gamer chair incorporating D-BOX haptic technology. This innovation will provide movement and vibration to gamers, allowing them to have a better experience by bringing an immersive and more realistic aspect to the game, explained Sébastien Mailhot, President, and CEO of D-BOX.
Official Webpage – www.d-box.com