This favorite leisure activity will be referred to as gaming on the move. We don’t mean figuratively but literally so! Garnet Hertz has created what he likes to call the OutRun project. And this unique gaming system has successfully combined the real world with Sega’s seminal racing game. This is achieved by simply converting the 1986 sit-down arcade cabinet into a rather small but drivable car. Believe it or not, but this car can reach a speed of 20 miles per hour.
A li’l birdie told us that this arcade machine has been greatly inspired by the 1984 Ferrari Testarossa. And the quite evident stamp can be seen in the wheels, motors and equipment like the GPS sensors that help run the cabinet like an actual car. You get updates on-screen.
Garnet is planning to equip this wonder gaming machine with all the necessary gears and stuff but before he does that, several test drives are underway to make sure that it is a perfectly safe concept. All the best to this inventor on his safeguarding mission and we sure are waiting with bated breath to lay our hands on the OutRun project for real.