DIY Racing Game Cockpit Inside An Ottoman

If you're a hardcore fan of racing games and prefer to use steering wheel and pedal peripherals, gamer Lyshco shows us how to enhance the experience (and keep your peripherals neatly stored) with a racing cockpit inside an ottoman.

Lyshco took a hollow ottoman with a lid and built a makeshift cockpit with an old car seat, reverse-mounted pedals, and even sliding panels so that people with shorter or longer legs can adjust the cockpit to their comfort. The peripherals sure aren't cheap, but if you're already using a bunch of them anyway, this is a pretty inexpensive and cool way to make a really cool gaming setup. And, best of all, it takes very little time to pack up and put away, so you don't have all your peripherals cluttering up your living room. Check out the guide for more photos and instructions on how to put it together.

My Ottoman Racing Cockpit [Overclockers.net via Hack a Day]


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    er, this project is from overclockers.com.au, not overclockers.net.

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