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SimXperience Developers Blog

Racing Simulator Developers Blog

29 Jun 2014



Author: Berney Villers  /  Categories: SimXperience Technologies, Other  /  Rate this article:

In the months to come, we'll be using this blog to share some insight into the development of SimXperience products, road maps for our racing simulation products as well as our thoughts and opinions of emerging simulation technologies and how they may effect you.

We'll be discussing the following:

  • -AccuForce Wheel & Force Feedback Systems in General
  • -Stage Series Full Motion Racing Simulators
  • -GS-4 and G-Seat Technologies
  • -SimVibe
  • -Sim Commander 4 and what it means for your rig
  • -Display technologies
  • and much more

In addition to sharing our thoughts and ideas, we're eager to hear your feedback about our upcoming technologies.

If you're a fan of serious racing simulation, you'll definitely want to bookmark this page.


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Dmitry Malafei

7/17/2014 8:28 PM

Hi Berney!

I've carefully examined the website but never found any mention of developer SDK for your motion adapters. I want to program your SC-4000 motion control adapter in C++. Is there SDK available for that? How can I get one?

Thank you in advance.


Berney Villers

7/19/2014 9:48 AM

That's correct. We currently take the opposite approach. We develop the software plugins that allow our systems to work with various titles, allowing us a fairly strict quality control. In the future, we may add such an API to allow game developers to do this themselves, but we've found little interest in such an API over the years.



6/23/2017 9:58 PM

My company has an interest, how to get started talking to someone about this?

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