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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9051 Motorbike 1 03/04/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: LeanGP A ride-on motor bike video game controller lets riders feel every bump in the road – and lets them lean into corners just like the real thing.LeanGP is a simple, skeletal motorcycle body including a rudimentary frame, tank, sub-frame and handlebar setup. It plugs into a gaming system via USB, working with PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and Windows systems.With throttle and brakes that are designed to feel as natural as possible, the bike comes with a dash that gives critical information right in front of the rider.The bike leans to steer by way of a tilt system that can be adjusted to suit the rider’s weight.When a real motorbike corners , centrifugal force pushes it toward the outside that effectively lets the rider’s body, even at high lean angles.On the simulator if a player leaned over as far as the bikes on screen did, they would fall off.So the team behind LeanGP has limited the degree of tilt to something that won't force the rider off, or stress the frame any more than is necessary.The Spanish company behind LeanGP hopes to build in enough of the tactile feel of riding to make the experience as true to life as possible.Things like weight transfer and tiny bits of tactile feedback through the pedals and levers feed into every rider’s decision making. A spokesman said:” LeanGP is the first folding and affordable motorcycle simulator. “This way, fans of motorcycle video games, will be able to enjoy the thrill of driving – at home.The only game that currently supports VR for the full riding experience is GPBikes, but LeanGP's developers are enc ouraging game developers to include first-person VR modes in future releases. The LeanGP controller will work with a range of other games, as long as they're on a screen.LeanGP launched on crwd funding site Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at €899 Euros / $1,107 USD.The team has already more than double