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Un po' in ritardo vi segnaliamo questa intervista con Marco Massarutto, che ci parla di AC, delle tecnologie utilizzate e di come Kunos Simulazioni sia arrivata a questo livello nel corso degli anni.

The addition of laser-scanned tracks is huge. For those who might be unfamiliar with what that entails, can you describe the impact that has on the accuracy and realism of the sim?

Marco Massarutto – In real racing, car behavior is constantly affected by the track surface, especially when you approach a bend or when you exit from it. If you drive a simulation with the best physics model available, but the track is flat and/or doesn’t reproduce that bump, the physics model will never give you back the realistic behavior of that car on that track. Laserscan technology tells the modeler where and how every single bump is on the track surface, the curb’s shape, how high it is, and so on. It tells the modeler how wide the surface is, bumped or inclined, within an approximation of a few centimeters.

Then, a Laserscan-based data acquisition is much more expensive than a classic one based on thousands of photo and CAD database (that are rarely updated or precise), but in 1/20 of time you can get 1000 times the amount of data you need to model the track as real as possible. All the production process becomes faster, the result is dramatically better. Thus, you can imagine how interesting and cool driving on a virtual track can be, knowing that it’s the exact virtual copy of the real -and sometimes legendary – counterpart.

Last but not least, I think that thanks to laserscan technology, Assetto Corsa will allow its users to experience a technology that is usually used for high end professional applications.

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Scusate, ma alla fine della 4a domanda c'è una dichiarazione che mi ha sorpreso: "And, thanks to modding, people will have the chance to model their own or favorite cars taking advantage of AC physics model."

Spero di aver capito male! Se ognuno può modificare addirittura la fisica delle macchine per avvantaggiarsi sugli altri, addio divertimento online...

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Scusate, ma alla fine della 4a domanda c'è una dichiarazione che mi ha sorpreso: "And, thanks to modding, people will have the chance to model their own or favorite cars taking advantage of AC physics model."

Spero di aver capito male! Se ognuno può modificare addirittura la fisica delle macchine per avvantaggiarsi sugli altri, addio divertimento online...

Non vorrei sbagliarmi, ma qui Massarutto dice che, grazie al modding, le persone avranno la possibilità di modellare la propria auto favorita approfittando del modello fisico di Assetto Corsa. Quello che succede in Rfactor insomma!

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Scusate, ma alla fine della 4a domanda c'è una dichiarazione che mi ha sorpreso: "And, thanks to modding, people will have the chance to model their own or favorite cars taking advantage of AC physics model."

Spero di aver capito male! Se ognuno può modificare addirittura la fisica delle macchine per avvantaggiarsi sugli altri, addio divertimento online...

No dai!!! Non possono intendere in quel senso !! Sarebbe ancor di più del FarWest!! Sticazz

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