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Think this Malasian plane situation can be more dangerous than 1st thought...

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posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by ausername

Yeah MS has been making that software for years .. there is also FlightGear which is free, visually very impressive and they have a huge library of aircraft you can download including the 777

posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 06:53 PM


Over a million pounds?

The pictures I glanced at did not look like anything special. Multihead set ups are no big deal to put together. The hardware and software is dirt cheap and very, very impressive.

Anyone else pay close attention to the gear?

My daughter and I were discussing the subject on a car journey. And out of curiosity

asked her daughter to google the cost of a 'flight simulator' .... and the figure that

came out was actually over 1 million, so I mentioned a more conservative figure in

my post.

My feelings were that it reflected a fair figure for the simulators that I had

seen on TV programmes in the past. ( A pilot showing autistic children and adults

with phobias of flying a 'large cabin' that moved and swayed with all the panels and

equipment, lights etc replicating a flight deck!) . . . . Much more complicated than

what you have called a 'multi-head set up'.

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