Mention a name like JoyRide and the thoughts of everyone around you begin to speculate as to what the hell you’re talking about. Some think pornographic thoughts, others feel like maybe boosting a car, yet others, like the engineers and developers at UK-based JoyRide think of video games. The Atomic A1 was designed for full-on gaming and professional training as a motion simulator and can be set-up using any screen configuration you can think of. The unit consists of a racing seat, peddle controls, steering wheel and functional joystick that enables users to fully immerse themselves in whatever simulation or gaming experience they choose. Technology like this does not come cheap however with home based models starting at $7980.00. That’s a lot of coin for something that from a technology standpoint could be obsolete in 3 years.
Some may say that paying over seven grand to have fun on screen may be a bit much. Me, I say if you have the means then what the hell cause’ you’ve got one shot in this crazy world of ours so you may as well enjoy it.