The schedules of the 25th day of LaLiga Santander are already known

first_imgSaturday, February 22, 202013:00 Celtic – Leganés16:00 Barcelona – Eibar18:30 Real Sociedad – Valencia21:00 Levante – Real MadridSunday, February 23, 202012:00 Osasuna – Granada14:00 Alavés – Athletic16:00 Valladolid – Espanyol18:30 Getafe – Seville9:00 pm Atlético de Madrid – Villarreal LaLiga has published the schedules of the 25th day of the championship, which will be held from February 21 to 23. As usual, the games will be played between Friday and Sunday and the open game will be Sunday at 2:00 pm: Alavés – Athletic Club de Bilbao. These are all schedules:Friday, February 21, 202021:00: Real Betis – Mallorcalast_img read more

This racing simulator puts you in the car no virtual reality necessary

first_imgWith the availability of Oculus Rift (hopefully this year) a number of simulation games are going to be greatly enhanced. One of those is racing simulation, but it turns out you really don’t need virtual reality to get that “in the car” feel.Proof of that comes from YouTuber and racing game fan 6e66o. As you can see in the image above, his racing rig looks high end, but also pretty standard. It’s a frame, a big TV, racing seat, wheel, pedals, and gear stick. However, once you’re sat in it and the cockpit view is selected in your game of choice, the experience becomes very real from the perspective of the driver.This video captures perfectly just how good this setup looks when racing:It all comes down to the positioning of the display in relation to the wheel and seating position. Get it right and you are sitting in the car near enough.Of course, the one thing missing from this setup is movement of the actual driver. That would require the addition of a motion kit, which are not cheap and can add thousands to the cost of the build. Worth it, though? Probably.Here’s another of his videos showing off the action:If you’re wondering what hardware is being used, 6e66o explains it’s a 40-inch Samsung LE40B750 TV coupled with a Thrustmaster TH8RS gear shifter, and an “OMP trecento” wheel rim on a Logitech G27 racing wheel. The frame comes from Simexperience. It was also put together in 2012, so may have had a few updates since then.As to how much this setup costs, only Simscreens knows, but what I can tell you is Simexperience sells a complete kit, which uses 3 displays, for $22,500. High-end racing simulation does not come cheap.last_img read more