2021 Shenzhen International Auto Show ended successfully, with 372,300 visitors over the five days.
With the slogan "Big Play+" and the goal of advocating "Consumption First ", this year's auto show has more than 80 car brands and more than 800 models assembled, and nearly 30 new car launches are staged in turn. It is a car that cannot be missed. The carnival of, machinery and technology!
This Auto Show teamed up with CAMMUS to play "driving" and start the indoor hardcore race, bringing everyone to the Auto Show exclusive e-sports "Hot Track Tour"!
CAMMUS’s new racing simulator is mainly composed of three monitors to simulate a 180° field of view of real racing driving, as well as peripherals such as seats, steering wheels, gear levers, clutches, accelerators, and brakes that are identical to the driver’s seat. At first glance, it looks like an upgraded version of a racing game machine. However, there is still a big difference between an emulator and a game console.
In the racing game, the game environment pursues as much as possible the exquisite graphics and exciting plot. The calculation rules of the simulator are mostly used to calculate and simulate the physical data in the real environment.
The physical model of CAMMUS's racing simulator racing simulation software is very realistic, which is very close to the reaction of real-world racing cars. With the simulator steering wheel with force feedback function, the attitude of the car can be reflected by the force feedback on the steering wheel. In addition, the car can adjust many parameter settings, which will affect the dynamic characteristics of the car.
Although it is difficult for the simulator to simulate the real-world acceleration and the uneven friction coefficient of the actual track, the control of the body attitude, how to push the car to the limit, how to deal with understeer or oversteer, etc., is in the establishment For the basic understanding of racing control, the simulator can still play a big role.
In short, the racing simulator of CAMMUS does not rely on creating fun to entertain the players, but relying on authenticity to simulate the actual racing. What the driver has to do is to familiarize himself with the operation lap by lap, and try to run the best results. In fact, a considerable number of professional racers have come step by step from simulator drivers.