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Home Motion Flight Simulator
posted July 14 2010 20:07.47

Thanos Kodoyiannis made this motion simulator based on the old manual operated motion cockpit, the Joyrider for which plans can be found here.
The result (as you can see in the video below) is a very precise motion simulator that can be used with flight or driving simulators as well.
Except the cockpit plans you can find detailed instructions of the build stages and the various parts needed nicely categorized here and also some tests the maker made with various software in order to retrieve the data from the game.
If you have enough space (it's not small) and you like flight or race games then this is a must for you.

[Link: techmasterjoe/Thanos]
Tags: electronic project   diy   rc servo   computer peripheral hacks   gaming   microcontroller   mechanical   simulation   

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  • At 10 February 2014, 8:28:29 user Hakan Hatipoglu wrote:   [reply @ Hakan Hatipoglu]
    • if you have plans of simulator, i will be very happy.


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