Engineers Turn Robot Arm into F1 Ferrari Simulator

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, in Tübingen, Germany, transformed an industrial robot arm into a Formula 1 simulator. To learn more, go to:

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25 thoughts on “Engineers Turn Robot Arm into F1 Ferrari Simulator

  1. Relativity: you …
    Relativity: you think you move, but everything else is moving around you.

  2. only the 3d glasses …
    only the 3d glasses are missing. after that you will never need a race track any more.

  3. lets see it handle …
    lets see it handle some drift racing

    though, that whining sound when it turns would get old

  4. Please visit my …
    Please visit my channel if you want to accept Jesus thanks
    nice vid btw spectrummag i ‘liked’ it and liked it

  5. Take that to the …
    Take that to the next level and make it an acrobatic airplane simulator!!! (just have lots of paper bags ready)

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  7. Looks like there is …
    Looks like there is lag between the game and arm movements. Also lateral movement from arm when done that are happening in game. EX. 0:45 to 0:48

  8. because driving a …
    because driving a ferrari is like sitting in a giant robotic arm?


  10. @sheek80 Dumb fuck. …
    @sheek80 Dumb fuck. It could move to left and right with _pretty_ high G’s and up and down with close to real G’s. But your IQ is to low to find it our by yourself. Your only brain cell will die lonely someday.

  11. this (awesome) …
    this (awesome) simulator is crying for a G25. plus someone who can drive. 😀

  12. @tbyte you fckin …
    @tbyte you fckin retard, you cannot feel anywhere the actual force with such a machine, dont justify i already know u moron

  13. I’ll take two!
    How …

    I’ll take two!
    How did they ever find a sponsor for something like this? The only place it could really fit and be used is at a theme park of some sort. It’s still pretty cool though, and if I had any job, it’d be with the engineers designing it.

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