Tremor FX Home Makes Soundtrack Effects that Really Affect You
The system differs from motion control seating, such as D-Box, that uses individual motion codes specifically created for a particular movie because the Tremor FX Home processor analyzes the incoming soundtrack on the fly for vibration cues. The other difference is that the Tremor FX Home uses tactile transducers rather than actuators, so the seat remains stationary as it vibrates.
Pricing on the system hasn’t been officially set, but the processor will likely be available for around $7,000. A three-transducer/wireless receiver kit should be well under $1,000. Pre-installed systems in chairs from RedSeat Entertainment will be available before the end of the year.