VR Headway technology built into the Platform Manager Software. For VR companies developing their own software, SDK is available
Engineered and manufactured from ground up purely for professional applications
Built of industrial grade components
Set to assemble in under an hour
MOTION PLATFORM HS-210
Motion platform HS-210 is a world class product designed and developed purely for advanced simulation. The platform delivers ground-breaking realism setting a new benchmark for simulation technology both for home users and professionals. HS-210 delivers yaw, sway, understeer, traction loss and power slides with breathtaking performance.
When combined with HS-203 motion platform it can deliver an extraordinary simulation experience adding lateral force, longitudinal force, roll, pitch and partially heave. All together makes it a perfect machine for all racing and flight simulators.
HS-210 has been engineered to use available space in the best possible way. Its height is 13cm and it adds only 57cm x 27cm to your cockpit’s (*) footprint. It can handle up to 235kg, which is enough to have solid cockpit with HS-203 installed, direct drive steering wheel, professional pedals and other accessories.
Our oryginal software is distinguished by embedded VR HeadWay technology which using advanced mathematics formulas to calculate necessary compensation and applies it to the VR headset at run time. It eliminates platform movements from the VR tracking system causing users experiences to be more immersive and authentic.
- professional SimRacing
- gaming and entertainment
- VR projects
- serious games application for land and air simulation
WHAT MAKES HS-210 STAND OUT?
- supports yaw, sway, understeer, oversteer, traction loss and power slide
- supports standalone mode but can also be combined with HS-203 and work as Hybrid Motion Platform 4dof+ (HS-413)
- supports for M-BUS communication which reduces amount of cables
- delivers yaw, sway, understeer, traction loss and power slides and when combined with HS-203 it adds lateral force, longitudinal force, – roll, pitch and partial heave
- uses adaptive fan speed control, industrial grade position sensors and sound isolation to reduce noise of the operation
- can easily be adapted to 3rd party cockpits
- uses relay-based brakes to limit top frame movement when the unit is turned off