Few months ago, Phillip Jansen van Rensburg (alias Beano), from the well known iRacing forums, got in touch with Carlos Casas from Simracingcoach and with Jesus Perez from Augury Simulations to acquire two Augury enclosures for the electronic. Jesus, of course, accepted the honor to send to him both enclosures but also redesign it in order to Beano could install the PSU which him use for him tests, and also to make a little “SPECIAL” dedication.
It’s well known the big work and support of Beano to simracing world, because has continued the line of work which it was begun with the project OpenSimWheel (Argon and IoniCUBE), but also could be said that he is the father of the present board used in simulation, the SimuCUBE board. Of course, everything has been got thanks to the collaboration that Beano has with the manufacturer of this hardware, Granite Devices.
Link to the post of Beano talking about this subject in iRacing forums.
To every one who don’t follow the evolution of this project, Beano, as we said, is the big precursor of the OSW, and with the idea of test and improve everything related with this project, he decided use for his test the Augury enclosures, which will help to improve the present software which is in BETA state and which will replace the MMOS.
In the next video we can see the first test by Beano trying the new software developed by Mika from Granite Devices.
For more information you can visit the Granity devices forums at:
From here we want to thank to Beano for counting on us for this amazing project. As beta testers, we’ll try to contribute with our knowledge to improve even better the Direct Drive OSW.
Mis mejores \”Augurios\”, estas son las cosas que se consigue con trabajo y buen hacer, sin lugar a dudas vosotros lo estáis haciendo.
Como cliente Augury cada días estoy más contento con la compra.
Gracias por todo lo que aportáis.
Tengo una duda.
¿El nuevo software será para Argon y para IONI?
Es que en ese tema ando algo “perdido”
Muchas gracias Yusi!!!
Enhorabuena chicos! Os lo mereceis! Que todo esto sirva para crecer y aprender con vosotros. Un abrazo!