In order to provide a much realistic and high-quality world, Microsoft will start streaming data to our computers. This has been confusing some simmers.
Earlier this month, Microsoft did a Global Preview Event for media and flight simulation influencers where we could get our hands on a build.
The freeware Hughes 500D quickly became a favorite of the community. In such a way that other community members pitched in to make it even more interesting. But it can get confusing.
We continue to take a look at hardware that will help you take better control of your helicopters without breaking the bank. This time we will check out a couple of pedals.
By now, it shouldn’t be a surprise for any simmer out there: Microsoft is back to the sim market. What can we do to get Microsoft’s attention to our community?
We see this a lot on several of the Facebook groups and other media out there. Folks that are either new to the hobby or whose gear just gave up on them feel lost. So, which controller should you get?
Even if our sims don’t replicate exactly what happens around mountains, learning about it is a great way to increase simming realism and learn more about flying.
Virtual Reality is a true game-changer in flight simulation, but a few users still struggle with getting used to it.
The biggest flight simulation show took place last weekend (June 7-9) at Orlando. Being a visitor, a Media Partner and a speaker allowed to take a look at the event from several angles.
When talking about a new helicopter, the question usually pops up quite often: does it simulate Vortex Ring State (VRS)? Well… Does it matter?
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