Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nand Gate, Apr 16, 2012.
I'm hoping its today as I'm busy watching cricket & drinking beer tomorrow night!
Beer over rF2 yes i can imagine that although i prefer beer with rF2. But Cricket over rF2, c'mon man
No worries! Rest well!
Try ForceDynamics 301/401 or simmilar... even with rF1. you will realize how much of this steering wheel movement comes from your hands, not from simulated car
I'm a Cricket man also theres the Euro2012 as well (also addicted to footy!), busy summer of beer & RF2 in between everything else!!
I know that a lot of times, yes, they are working the wheel quite a bit. But I wonder how much of the movement you're referring to might be from the forces on the driver's arms (shaking from bumps, etc.) rather than feedback through the tires->wheels->suspension->steering.
Euros yes i am beginiing to get hyped now. It's weird i thought this time round. Don't know about you but there hasn't seemed to be as much hype for this Euro. But noticed today alot of coverage on SSN and you can feel it starting to pick up pace. Let's see if Hodgson can actually make them play as a team for once instead of a group of talented individuals
The last one, it's from the road
funnily enough I was chatting to my mate last night about the lack of hype, its as though we're already settled into doing poorly at the tournament so less people are interested...until we race through to the Semis no doubt!
I hope he does well, I like Roy but was disappointed with his squad choice.....Downing!?!? REALLY?!?
On the servers
The energy from the road imperfections through steering system. I meant, which is already there in rF2 that is so different from other simulators(please Gjon, correct me if I am wrong). I think everybody agrees that rF2 is different/better, right?
Just watch one real life steering wheel, then watch any other simulator, and rF2.
As far as I know rF2 does't simulate power steering (which is available for example in iR).
So on wheel you should get raw forces. From simulation point of view it's worse. From driver - it is better because we can feel more.
But you have to remember that a lot forces are dumped by gearing, some forces are transferred onto whole car including drivers (so again lowered)
Wouldn't adjusting the level of FFB sort of double as "simulating" power steering? =)
Well, it's not the same thing, isn't it
and ISI Formula Masters whatever it's mean
And 1966 Brianza track
Like a modern F1 car.
Now that is cool!
1966 Brianza, secret is out. I wonder does it have a modern version with the Formula Master (guessing thats an F1)
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