The industry leader in auto racing and flight simulation will exhibit for the first time at CEDIA show

September 1, 2016 (Los Angeles, Calif.) — For the first time, CXC Simulations will attend the CEDIA Show and showcase their motion Pro II which brings professional-level racing simulation to your living room. For the auto racing and flight enthusiast, CXC Simulations’ Motion Pro II represents the pinnacle of innovation and connection in home technology.

The CXC Simulations Motion Pro II was developed as a professional-level racing simulator capable of serving as a training tool for professional drivers. Designed by a team with a background in professional auto racing, the Motion Pro II utilizes a dedicated carbon fiber and steel chassis, proprietary motion and car control systems, and software systems which work together to accurate replicate the sensation of driving on race track.

The Motion Pro II is also easily converted to a flight simulator, enabling aviation fans to fly out of any airport in the world.

The Motion Pro II is available with a variety of screen solutions, including single-screen, wraparound three-screen, and virtual reality utilizing Oculus Rift. Both the hardware and software of the Motion Pro II can be customized to meet the needs of any client and any racing experience they would like to replicate.

CXC Simulations will be in booth #8018 of the Exhibit Hall, and is currently scheduling interviews and demonstrations for its full range of products at CEDIA 2016.

About CXC Simulations

CXC Simulations manufacturers the most advanced racing simulators for personal and professional use and feature the latest technological developments to achieve realistic motion and car control systems.  Designed and manufactured 100% in the U.S.A., the CXC Motion Pro II is designed using state-of-the-art CAD technology and is individually hand built by professional engineers in Southern California – made like a race car to feel like a race car. For more information, visit www.cxcsimulations.com.

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