Driving Simulator

Driving simulator developed in 2015 for University of Sunshine Coast and RACQ.  The driving simulator is used for psychological testing of drivers. Built on Unity3d to run on a 6-projector immersive CAVE system, the driving sim has since been upgraded to virtual reality, it now runs on Oculus Rift.  The sim features realistic vehicle physics, AI traffic and network play (so that actors can interact with the test candidate).  It has a sophisticated camera system that can switch between a normal game camera to the 6-projector camera and now to the virtual reality camera.

Check out videos of the Driving Simulator on YouTube: