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Airtech Simulation Spitfire Simulator

Discussion in 'Commercial Simulators and Peripherie' started by Zed, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. Zed

    Zed VR Simming w/Vive

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    I have no affiliation but thought this was pretty cool. If I read it right it’s only one dof - pitch. A2A Simulations did the Spitfire Mk9 aircraft simulation so I’d bet this is running P3D but don’t know. It’s a seven projector rig on a fiberglass dome. No idea what it cost to build.

    The cockpit is fully authentic and used parts from real airplanes, restoration parts, etc. In one of the photos at the website you can see the machined aluminum of a Buttkicker used for vibrations.

    http://www.boultbeeflightacademy.co.uk/spitfiresimulator

    https://www.airtechsimulation.co.uk/projects

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