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Why do the PRS simulators not utilize chassis movement?

We made a determined decision several years ago based on the following facts learned from the NASA White Papers: Anything done in a simulator that is not perceived by the operator’s subconscious mind as realistic will serve to discount the entire experience as unreal. No matter how real the other elements may be! Any movement of any kind that is not exactly on cue with the visual event, will render the entire simulator unrealistic. The current software programming for movement of the chassis or steering is just not accurate enough.