SimDeck Sim Centre upgrades in time for A1GP

We have been working on the upgrade programme here at the SimDeck Formula Simulator centre as we launch a number of new initiatives to bring the A1GP, Formula One and Indy500 experience alive for anyone prepared to take control of the wheel.

The larger centre channel ICE Digital Daytime Projection screen in place with the car parked up in the pit lane at Spa.

The larger centre channel ICE Digital Daytime Projection screen in place with the car parked up in the pit lane at Spa.

The SimDeck car bay now is a uniform scheme elminating visual distractions and the centre piece is a stunning 2.54m x 1.97m centre channel ICE Digital Daytime Screen. This center channel now almost fills the driver’s horizontal field of view and the typical sky in a virtual world is where it should be – above the drivers direct field of view!

Additional upgrades about to be implemented will be left and right channels providing a full visual immersion for the driver. The new upgrades timed perfectly with the Saturday qualifying round of A1GP’s Taupo Round and the first time this year of the new A1GP car GPS system. For visitors to the SimDeck Centre whilst racing in the various con-current circuits they will be able to keep up-to-date in real time with each of the actual countries car’s performance, position, gears, speed on the virtual dashboard.

An uncanny moment in American history did not go un-noticed down here at SimDeck. Whilst President Obama was swinging the paint roller in Washington DC we were doing the same here at the Formula Race car centre down under in NZ.

An uncanny moment in American history did not go un-noticed down here at SimDeck. Whilst President Obama was swinging the paint roller in Washington DC we were doing the same here at the Formula Race car centre down under in NZ.


Here at the SimDeck Simulation Training centre we have the most life like and realistic open cockpit race car simulator in New Zealand and will also serves as a demonstration centre for potenial business clients wanting to enter into the world of high speed simulation.

No its not President Obama pitching in with the roller brush, but sim driver Kevin putting on the finishing coat in the Sim Car Bay.

No its not President Obama pitching in with the roller brush, but sim driver Kevin putting on the finishing coat in the Sim Car Bay.

The realism has not been lost on many visitors when they realise that by wheeling the huge center display channel out of the way, that the SimDeck250 race car could actually be driven straightout the building and down the road. Overall it is part of the core vision of SimDeck …”we put the reality into virtual reality”.

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