Elite: Dangerous played on 3D screens, touch panels and head tracking

Markus Boesen has built the ultimate in-depth gaming setup with all the bells and whistles for his favorite game.

Published Dec 8, 2014 7:03 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:12 PM CST
0 minutes & 40 seconds read time

Markus Boesen has built himself a dream PC gaming setup, the kind that you see on fan websites photo-shopped up as someones dream. Set to provide himself with the best gaming experience possible, Boesen has taken these ideas and brought them to reality.

Utilizing three 3D monitors running at a combined 5760 x 1080 resolution, he's also installed touchscreen inputs, voice recognition, head-tracking and carefully arranged Saitek joysticks to ensure this gaming pad is more of a cockpit than a regular desktop setup.

Elite: Dangerous is the current game of choice, giving a full life-like experience to the gamer - thanks to all of the extras that have been added. The only thing missing here is a seat that pivots and turns with the game play action, but I daresay that it might start to make you sick.

We'll link you another video below, alongside a picture of his amazing setup. There's nothing else to say other than - enjoy!

Elite: Dangerous played on 3D screens, touch panels and head tracking | TweakTown.com
NEWS SOURCE:kotaku.com.au

I'm a competitive gamer and was an eSports employee. Recent changes have seen me hang up the mouse and move over to the technology world, covering all news for TweakTown, ranging from gaming news to opinion articles and the latest tech releases. Expect to see a few different articles on international eSports news and competitive game releases, as well as audio and mobile device content.

Newsletter Subscription

    Related Tags

    Newsletter Subscription
    Latest News
    View More News
    Latest Reviews
    View More Reviews
    Latest Articles
    View More Articles