Internet Motion Navigator Corp. is applying its motion simulation technology based on 6-axis control to arcade/casino or entertainment gaming machines.
Internet Motion Navigator (IMON), a Taiwan-based maker of
motion simulation machines, is seeking new business opportunities through
applying its motion simulation technology based on 6-axis control to
arcade/casino or entertainment gaming machines, Digitimes.com reported.
IMON's sports motion simulation machines
include car and tank simulators as well as aviation and marine navigation, the
company indicated. As prices for IMON's products are less than two-thirds those
of comparable models produced by Japan-based makers, IMON reportedly has
enjoyed 200-300 percent annual growth in shipment volumes since it began
production in 2006.
Of its current shipment volume, the United
States and Europe each account for 30 percent while Russia, the Middle East and
China together account for 40 percent.
Taiwan Firm Seeks to Bring Motion Simulation Technology Into Gaming Industry
July 24, 2008