Wow Stuff showcases Real FX tech in new video

The footage has been shot in order to convey the line’s ability to merge “the content richness of video gaming with real race car driving.”
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Wow Stuff’s tech division, Wow Labs has released a video showcasing the technology behind its popular Real FX racing line.

The footage has been shot in order to convey the line’s ability to merge “the content richness of video gaming with real race car driving.”

Utilising AI assisted racing car sets, Real FX is the world’s first to market slotless, track piece, AI racing system.

“The Real FX has the content richness of video gaming, but the physicality of real race car driving,” said Dr. Graeme Taylor, head of product development at Wow Labs.

“The cars use race grade handsets with fully proportional steering, and can therefore overtake anywhere on the track, at any time, something slots just cannot do.”

According to Taylor, new gameplay options are already in the pipeline for consumers who buy into the system.

“The whole system has been future proofed and there are lots of exciting things in the pipeline,” he concluded.


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