This year Mad Catz / Saitek will have an exhibition stand the the Miramar air show – the show runs from Friday 1st October to Sunday 3rd October Miramar is the home of the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, aircraft flying this weekend will be the Blue Angels, the Canadian Snowbirds, the F-16, F-22, AV-8B and […]
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 hassles. With its roomy 2880-by-900 resolution, the CRVD will expand your desktop and give you […]
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 fans, to experience the magic of flight. Website Here from the Microsoft gamescon press release
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 to design and produce there own cockpit instruments / dials.
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.