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Labyrinth I

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by avidthrows, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. avidthrows

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    Project Goals:
    • Develop a Fully Capable negative-G-force simulator; from first designs all the way through to full production model
    • Maintain a SAFE ENVIRONMENT for passengers; all the way from boarding to exiting
    • Stay within amusement ride regulations; internationally (regardless of unit portability)
    • Release all content, from plans and design files to copyrights, in a non-restricting open format upon project completion (Creative Commons Attribution, maybe?)
    • Encourage the use of motion simulation as an interactive media
    • Promote safe simulator conditions as a whole
    • Encourage hobbyist and engineer responsibility and duty to themselves and passengers
    • Bring the creative talent of hobbyists and engineers around the world together

    Current timeline: (WILL change and update)

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1zNhtwf3Y0
    The people in the Roll-Cab would be 6 feet tall, thus leaving plenty of headroom for them and the rest of us. I intend to keep all materials as low-cost as possible without compromising strength. This would be steel square tube... The drive ring may seem hard to come by, but they do sell 1 meter dia trampolines (Actually... in the US it's 36 inches... but that's mostly insignificant) and they're made out of... guess what... 1 inch steel square tube!