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Our review of the Simvibe Experience. This show has a detailed review of this piece of software that will control transducers directly from outputs of your favorite sim. This means your buttkicker, aura shakers or any other tactile feedback devise will actually be game controlled. The software will control up to 8 different devices. We play with the software, tell you a little bit about how to set it up, and then let you know how it really works while driving. We finish up with the pros, the cons and then give it a final score.
Presenting our second look at Nvidia 3D vision on triple screen monitors. We try it out on various racing simulations and let you know how they've changed and or improved the technology.
Shaun Cole is your host and we hope you enjoy the show!
Our review of Nvidia 3d vision on triple screen monitors. We try it out on various different sims as well as show you how to install and use 3d vision. We also sit down with Joe Grover of NVIDIA to get the details on what makes 3D vision work. In addition to that we add another car to the Top Sim Car list, this car coming from RFactor.
Darin and Jessica take a quick look at the Gunnar gaming glasses and tell you how they perform. Not your usual sim racing tool, but a helpful one nonetheless!
Darin Gangi shows you an ATI Eyefinity Triple Screen: Part 2. Our test card for this setup is an ATI 5850 card.. Games tested are iRacing, rFactor, Live for Speed, Dirt 3 and F1 2010