SimCraft Driver Science Explained - Physics Matters for Translational Seat Time
The Sports Science behind Why Driver Development is More Effective with an Accurate Racing Simulator
Driver Science and Translational Seat Time
Why Neurological, Physical, and Physiological Accuracy is Necessary
Translational seat time is possible through simulation. However, the most effective way a racing driver can improve is the practice of building muscle memory with a true to life simulation environment. The more faithful the sim environment is to the real world, the more effective the simulation is for building correct muscle memory.
Scientific experts, Dr. Jim Osborn (Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer Research) and Wayne Taylor Racing Driver Science expert Scott Ackerman, (CoreSyte Driver Sciences) discuss the importance of Physical, Neurological, and Physiological Accuracy in simulation.
Driver Development Results from SimCraft users
SimCraft racing simulators have been proven to effectively accelerate driver development and in many cases replace costly and time consuming trips to the track.
SimCraft has been instrumental in the driver development of many race professionals around the world. SimCraft Factory Driver Jordan Taylor and Professional Driver Coach and Driver Jason Hart on why it’s important to have accurate motion simulation equipment with proper vehicle dynamics in order to develop the correct techniques and skills.
The SimCraft Difference – Why motion simulation with physics works
It is time to understand SimCraft motion technology and why a physics based approach is the most accurate methodology for motion simulation.
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Sean Patrick MacDonald runs through some details of SimCraft’s motion science and why it’s important for drivers to understand the major differences between a sim racing rig and a driver development solution.
NASA’s Gimbal Rig – Recreating Physics
How all vehicles move in and out of Earth’s gravity can be recreated. NASA knew this decades ago. This recreation of physics is the same approach used by SimCraft.
Have you ever seen the NASA Micro Gravity Orbital Trainer in action?
Why did NASA use this approach to simulating motion?
The Answer: This is how vehicles actually move and why physics matter.