The Dutch company Pinora Advanced Media Systems has developed the D-BOX Motion Code system, which adds motion to movies and ivdeogames. These movements are transmitted to the connected platform or seat, which is to result in a more realistic experience. The system can be used with a racegame, flight simulator or first-person shooter and relies on the MFX technology. This technology should allow more than merely generating vibrations, the manufacturer reports that the D-BOX system is also capable of banking to the left and right, to the front and the back, and even make the seat go up and down.
The first D-BOX gaming seat available in the Netherlands will be the Pro Gaming GP PR-200. This adjustable seat with belts is shaped like a race car's cockpit and features an integrated 5.1 surround system. It's likely that the recommended price of the system will be revealed during the ISE 2010.