Easy to adopt to 3rd party cockpits QS-CH1 and more using optional adapters
Used by professional
Used by professional drivers, race teams and training institutions
Compatible with all major racing and fight titles on PC with simple USB plug in
Full VR technology support
PRECISE VEHICLE FEEDBACK AND OVERSTEER
The QS-CH2 provides the most precise traction loss feeling by moving the entire cockpit. The motion system is based on the world’s fastest linear actuator’s technology, which delivers an incredible level of instant feedback to the driver. This motion platform is suitable for Rally, Drift and any racing simulations. By providing the oversteering effect, the platform can be used effectively for real and sim racing drivers training making them feel what happens to the front and the rear of the vehicle.
QS-CH2 platform has been designed to provide the most immerse traction loss feeling as it gets to teach them positive reactions and earn muscle memory needed to keep the vehicle on the best possible racing line. Drivers must fully control the slip of the front and rear wheels on their vehicles. They want to master the balance between total loss of grip and smooth corner entry.
- Rally simulators
- GT racing simulation
- F1 simulators
- Land vehicle simulators
- Virtual reality simulators for entertainment
TRACTION LOSS EFFECT AND ACCELERATION / DECELERATION
QS-CH2 traction loss + surge platform is a single part of the entire rig, and is primarily responsible for traction loss car simulation. The QS-CH2 motion platform may not seem like a necessity, but racers who try the traction loss and get used to it find it hard to go back.
- Over braking is when you brake too hard, and your wheels end up locking. The traction loss platform moves the rig to simulate backward g-force on driver’s body.
- Over steering is when the back-end of the virtual vehicle ends up slipping because you turned your steering too hard. The traction loss simulator moves the cockpit to the side with respect to the oversteering direction. During over-steering, the back-end of your vehicle is what primarily slips.
- Over accelerating is when driver press the throttle too hard, too quickly, causing them to spin in their position. The traction loss platform moves the cockpit backwards to simulate g-force forwards on driver’s body.
The QS-CH2 adds an additional two axes of freedom to the movement. The high dynamic range of motion in the SURGE axis combined with the wide range of motion in the YAW axis enhances the experience and provides an extremely realistic user experience.