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Arduino-Pneumatic Flight Simulator [Project]
posted September 13 2013 11:02.51 by spic0m




The simulator is capable of 30-degree rotations. It can follow intensive games such as Microsoft Flight Simulator, Need for Speed Shift, etc.

The LifeBeam Flight Simulator was built under the collaboration of Dominick Lee and Dr. Bert Pinsky. Special thanks to Phillip Feijoo and Karl Anderson for their assistance.


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  • At 13 September 2013, 15:54:11 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • Yeah, running on pneumatics is impressive. Hydraulics would be more effective for this job, but definitely pneumatics are more impressive!












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