As every year, Aula, the fair aimed at educational orientation, took place this week at the Juan Carlos I Fairgrounds in Madrid. In this edition U-tad (University Center for Technology and Digital Art), offers study and research plans related to the development of video games, virtual reality applications and control peripherals.
To show the progress of new technologies and their future possibilities, Project CARS could be tested at the university stand, provided with two driving simulators with seat and steering wheel, one with three monitors and the other with an Oculus Dk2.
We had the opportunity to enjoy this experience with Dk2 (of course) in which we were able to take a lap of a racing circuit in a kart and notice the feeling of going at full speed and a short distance from the asphalt. He has known little, but it has been enough to check the potential of this simulator and confirm the perfect symbiosis that it forms next to a virtual reality viewer, seat and steering wheel.