Monthly Archives: August 2010
The CRVD’s from Ostendo Technologies inc, boasts a seamless curved screen that engages 75% of the Human Visual System (HVS) peripheral vision, creating an unmatched immersive viewing experience. The CRVD has all the benefits of multiple monitors without all the … Continue reading
Twenty-eight years after the debut of “Microsoft Flight Simulator 1.0,” Microsoft Game Studios also announced the internal development of “Microsoft Flight,” a new Windows exclusive. “Microsoft Flight” will bring a new perspective to the long-standing genre, welcoming everyone, including long-time … Continue reading
Released in 2008 the Flight Instrument Panel, or FIP, has become a main stay of the home simulation cockpit. Due to the unique way the firmware and software in the product have been designed we gave the users the ability … Continue reading
The Rudder Pedals have three axes, one for the rudder and two foot pedal axes that are used for the toe brakes. There is also a rotary wheel in the centre that allows for the tension of the rudder movement to be increased and decreased.
After installation, Flight Sim will see your pedals as a conventional joystick. So, unless you want the pedals to control your aileron and elevator, these steps will get you setup correctly. Continue reading