Simulators have been used for years to train new pilots and to maintain the proficiency of seasoned ones. Sophisticated vehicle driving simulators, however, are only now appearing. This is because driving simulators require an even higher level of realism compared to flight simulators, calling for increased hardware and software complexity. Because a driver is much closer to outside objects than a pilot, driving simulators usually have to respond more rapidly to control inputs. Likewise, ...

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