November 10, 2016 (Los Angeles, Calif.) – At IAAPA, there will be one booth that will let your customers go over 200mph without ever leaving your facility.
CXC Simulations’ (Booth #2834) Motion Pro II offers the most realistic auto and flight simulation available. Utilizing a made-in-the-USA chassis that features a proprietary full-motion system, the Motion Pro II has multiple screen options that include an immersive triple-screen as well as Virtual Reality. In fact, the Motion Pro II was developed by race car drivers to fully simulate the racing experience.
Bleeding edge software means nearly any car on any track in the world can be replicated. For the spectators, customer-facing screen systems with TV views put them right next to the action.
Depending on the needs of the facility, custom hardware and software can be implemented into the Motion Pro II with the level of customization limited only by creativity. For example, CXC Simulations was recently commissioned by Norwegian Cruise Lines to construct a simulator utilizing a Formula 1 race car: a Williams FW31 driven in the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship by Nico Rosberg. The machine will be installed on the company’s newest cruise ship, Norwegian Joy.
While providing a true-to-life experience for customers, CXC Simulations also provides a user-friendly experience for the staff operating the machines. Designed for high throughput, the machines feature powerful venue management software that allow all machines to be run from one operator station.
Once the simulators are built to a client’s specifications, they are installed on-site by CXC Simulations technicians who also train the facility’s staff. Afterwards, CXC staff is available around the clock, with 24/7 remote and on-site support. Not only do all Motion Pro II’s come with a bumper-to-bumper parts and a labor warranty, but also with hardware and software maintenance programs. CXC Simulations simulators are utilized in numerous commercial installations around the world, including Andretti Karting in Atlanta, Georgia,The Rec Room in Edmonton, Ontario and Megapolis Entertainment Center in Doha, Qatar.
At IAAPA, numerous Motion Pro II’s will be available for test drives with staff on-hand to discuss the specific needs of each facility.
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.