The Motion Cueing g-Seat (MCS) employs electric actuators coupled to dynamic elements to provide the following body stimuli:
- Eye height changes accountable to vertical acceleration are imparted through variations in seat bucket height.
- Changes in lumbar pressure due to vertical acceleration (heave) are stimulated by a cushion hardness change mechanism.
- Fore and aft acceleration (surge) stimulus comes from variations in backpad pressure.
- Lateral movement of the backpad accounts for lateral/rolling acceleration (sway).
In addition to the above we are able to offer a whole host of additional optional features; for example negative g-cueing, the required sensations associated with arrested landings, ‘differential’ roll cue, the effects of vibration caused by rotors in helicopters, the effects of gunfire and other in flight disturbances, and the effects of on the ground items.
All our motion cueing systems are provided with an easy to use interface and are provided with a comprehensive ‘BITE’ (built in test equipment) capability along with health / usage monitoring features for life of product.