Paolo Robuffo Giordano and colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany, must really enjoy their jobs. Their CyberMotion Simulator is intended to realistically replicate the experience of driving a Ferrari without actually having to buy one.
Players sit in a cabin on a robot arm about 7 feet off the ground and drive a Ferrari F2007 car around a projected track.
By Charles WardellPosted 07.03.2004 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
You may have to wait a decade or two for your garage to automatically diagnose your car's ills, but the array of technology below only seems futuristic. It's quite possible today to demystify the Check Engine light on your car's dashboard and schedule your lawnmower to trim your yard automatically. Here's how to do all that and more.