Wednesday, February 20, 2008

I'm on the pilot seat...


FLIGHT simulation programs can feel a little earthbound when played at a desk, but a game chassis gets the whole body into the experience.

The Dreamflyer, which is billed as a "personal virtual reality flight motion simulator," responds to control-stick movement by pitching and rolling the seats of video pilots as they play. The basic Dreamflyer rig comes with a replica pilot seat in an aluminium frame. A modified Saitek X52 Flight Control system throttle and joystick (along with rudder pedals) are included, as is a bracket fora single monitor; the actual monitor and flight simulation software are not part of the package. A tri-monitor bracket is optional.

One thing the Dreamflyer itself does not need (aside you'd be paying for the fuel!) is electricity to power its movement, as the flight motion is provided by gravity.

For more informations visit : Dreamflyer






3 comments:

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