World's first cable robot for human transport

Eight powerful winches, cables, and a 80 kg lightweight carbon fibre frame allow for payloads up to 500 kg and accelerations of 1.5 g. The simulator cabin with a diameter of 2.6 m provides enough space for on-board instrumentation and projection screens as well as two seats for passengers.

Virtual Reality System

The cabin can be equipped with a head mounted display and optical head tracking systems or spherical projection screens for the most realistic user experience. A hot plug mobile power supply and wireless data transmission allow for continuous operation.

Flight and driving simulation

State of the art motion queueing algorithms and customized render engines allow to realize the most realistic motion simulation applications and visual impression.

Motion perception research

With its large workspace and dynamic capabilities, the simulator offers entirely new possibilities for studying motion perception with applications in medicine, neurological research, and flight training. For more information on perception and cognition research visit the Cyberneum labs

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Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

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