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Developing a Smart Telemetry Feedback System for Sim Racing

Assies, Daniël (2021) Developing a Smart Telemetry Feedback System for Sim Racing.

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Abstract:With the field of esports and sim racing becoming more popular, the question of how to become the best driver arises. Current answers to that question lack several elements. This study aims to make up for the lack of public research and accessibility because professional teams keep research to themselves or need too many people analysing data, as well as contributing to the initial development of a feedback system that fosters the performance improvement of sim racing drivers. This initial development is taking shape through interviews with sim racers and the creation of a data collection tool that is used to see how this data can be efficiently stored and used. The conclusion is comprised of a preliminary dashboard as a feedback system which is deemed more useful to sim racers as current feedback systems in place.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Computer Science BSc (56964)
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