Virtual reality has been on the market for some time but comparatively speaking, is still a technology in its infancy. Compared to other forms of simulation hardware, it really is the brand new kid on the block and before I get too far into this article, no this isn’t a, “should I buy one?” Or […]
Nemeth Designs is back with a new helicopter. It’s not exactly a new model on the market (we have seen a lot of them out there for several sims — including FSX and P3D — but it’s an interesting one nonetheless. Jeff reviews the Nemeth Designs Bell 407.
Jeff Tucker, a US Army pilot (former OH-58 Kiowa pilot and now a CH-47 Chinook pilot) talks about keeping you proficiency in both real life and sims. And challenges all of us, simmers to mind the gap. Read on!
Looking for an amazing helicopter for X-Plane 11? Or perhaps you already have it but haven’t heard about the update? The DreamFoil Creations Bell 407 goes the extra mile (or 10) and Jeff Tucker (a former OH-58 pilot — the somewhat military version of the 407) took her for a spin. Read on.
The Thrustmaster Warthog is one of the most sought-out joysticks in the market and there are very few simmers out there that haven’t heard of this product. But good products can become better and Rainman Simulators helped it out with the Warthog adaptor kit.
Flying in your sim is fun and it gives you this warm feeling of accomplishment. You want to go the extra mile, though and start adding communication into your flights – be it with ATC or in a non-towered field. And here’s how it can get daunting.
The Polychop crew has been at it again and have been diligently working toward improving their beautiful SA342 Gazelle for DCS. After several meetings with French Gazelle pilots and a few pilots in the United States, key improvements and flight model changes have been implemented.