NADS-1 Provides Closest Thing to Driving a Real Car

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 27, 2009 • References: & dvice
The NADS-1 from the University of Iowa is an on-road revolution (for the very low price of $80 million). The driving simulator is the realest thing you can do without actually driving a car.

The main module of the device as a sedan that is enclosed in a giant dome. Based on your steering, the giant dome will move around the room accordingly, but be careful for other poor drivers, there are times when a couple of slick maneuvers are necessary. The machine also mimics the g-force that would come from a motorized vehicle.

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