Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Georg Ortner, Jan 23, 2015.
Here is my humble setup .
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here is my actually build of my RR RIG, but it is not finished yet ;-) but a very good driving experience from now, love it in Kombination with R3E.
^ That's not even close to being humble. Drool-worthy, yes! Very nice.
I have a man cave in the basement, but I blew that space on a gym!.. .
Toshiba laptop (potato)
Logitech driving force ex 180 ($30)
half empty cup of tea
empty glass of water
book = snuff by terry Pratchett
duct tape loots of duct tape
total cost $2.50 (student)
Old picture, but you get the idea:
Nothing crazy but it does its job well
My Cockpit Point of View.
Here is my cockpit...
Needs 3 screens. 350 hours to build.
Just rediscovered this sim and enjoying it a lot ...
Very nice. Great design!
Wow, that's heavy.
Very nice, want it too!
Very clean, and professional looking set up, with gear to match.
well mine is rather simple , humble but descent as well
Thanks very much for the comments on the R-Pod. Here's a few additional pictures of the features / materials if you're interested in that sort of thing:
Buttkickers - 2 under the seat:
I also have one next to the shifter and one under the pedals and these are driven by Simvibe.
Adjustable pedal set - mounted on seat rails:
Leather trim on the shifter pod and dashboard:
Aluminium bars and mesh inserts on the paneling:
R-Pod badge and tow hook on the front of the rig:
Bucket seat fitted to side mounts and seat runners:
Real carbon fibre dashboard:
4 Neutrik USB ports for ... stuff:
DSD Tilton style pads for the CSP V2's - I can recommend these:
LED lighting fitted in various places (RF controlled):
Aluminium kick plates and automotive carpet:
It still needs triple screens ...
Here's my Home-made RIG
Made in 40/40 and 40/80 aluminium profils in remplacement of a rSeat Evo 3 V2
Black color made with a vinyl covering for cars
By now: waiting for a Sparco seat (still use the old one from the rSeat)
I'd love to have a 3-screen setup, but no place for this .. waiting for Occulus rift
Well my "rig" and I use that term loosely, has a Thrustmaster T500 and a TH8A shifter, 2 Layne Sim Button boxes, a 7" tablet w/ DashMeterPro gauge pack, a Buttkicker2 attached to my mesh covered office chair. I did go with a BPA-TX-G27 Pedal Adapters by www.leobodnar.com/ that lets me use my G27 pedals with a GTEYE Progressive Brake Spring.
I have two Tritton 720+ headsets, one for the PC and one for PS3 and eventually PS4. My PC is a Viper box with liquid cooling, push button start, 16Gb of Ram, 2 Terabytes of hard drive, a GTX 780 video card w/ 3Gb of Ram. The main screen is a Vizio 47" 120Hz, the sides are ASUS VG248QE's, also 120Hz.
Yes, it is better to run same sized screens, but if they are all same Hz, and adjustable up/down manually since it won't work with different tv sizes in the settings. Once I got is adjusted and my eyes adjusted to the difference in size and up/down movement speed, it is unnoticeable after a while. Your brain/eyes adjust. It is minimal anyways on mine. Someday, I might switch to all the same size, but I use them for peripheral vision most of the time, to see around a corner and where the track goes anyways.
here'z my seat, no problem to play with u... I've 2008 Pc tower, too old!
A G25, used at rope, a 206 (peugeot) real seat...an E-cig support...what else??yes, a hand-brake homemade tooked to a BM3...
I''m looking for thereisonlyone plans
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