Motion Simulation TL1 - Ariel

If you love games like Forza and Gran Turismo, you have plenty of space in your living room and over $18,600, then Motion Simulation TL1 – Ariel simulator is for you.

Motion Simulation in cooperation with Ariel Moto Company, they developed and manufacture the TL1 motion simulator.



Motion Simulation TL1 - Ariel

The large and expensive system uses three high-definition projectors, to give you the impression of the virtual track ahead and is compatible with consoles like the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

“Our simulators provide a truly immersive, non-compromised experience running up to three ultra high definition projectors with a single, seamless 7 million pixel image on a wrap-around screen. Measuring over 2 metres wide and providing 180 degree vision, total realism is guaranteed, from landing an Airbus to battling a Chieftain tank.”

Motion Simulation TL1 - Ariel



On board footage from the Motion Simulation TL1 simulator, driving a V8 Touring car at Oulton Park. The simulator includes the worlds first, portable 180 degree screen and multiple position cockpit. Filmed at Gadget Show Live.

Motion Simulation TL1 - Ariel

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