“The simulator consists of a hexapod providing vestibular and haptic feedback. Sway motion cueing was based on the lateral position, scaled with respect to the width of the three-lane highway with a factor of 0.125. The yaw motion is scaled equally and based on the vehicle heading.
The visual environment is projected on a 210-degree projection screen using three projectors running at 120 Hz.
Furthermore, the cockpit consist of a driver seat, steering wheel with turn indicator, brake, and accelerator pedals. The force feedback on the steering wheel is provided by a control loader, with a maximum torque of 30 Nm, connected to a dedicated computer running at 1000 Hz.
The Cruden Panthera internal car model is updated at 120 Hz, data is logged at 120 Hz. ”
Driving simulator of Delft University of Technology
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