Your car has to be fitted with both a camera and one of CloudRC's "attitude sensors," as well as a transmitter to relay that data back to the cockpit.
So not only do you drive the vehicle remotely by looking at the screen, but your seat moves in synchronicity with what the vehicle's actually doing; as the company claims, "the driver can really feel the road feedback from the remote control vehicle, and [it provides] the driver with an immersive driving experience combined with the large screen."
Perhaps one day we'll see off-road racing championships staged in this way, with a bunch of drivers sitting in a room full of these, and a tiny track out back. I mean the cockpits are pretty bulky, but this arrangement would certainly make the vehicles easier to transport. Not to mention, you could maintain the track with a few gardening tools and a hose.