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  1. #1
    NudgeBert
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    My Virtual Cockpit

    Thought I'd post a picture of my virtual cockpit.

    Nudges Virtual Cockpit.jpg

    Samsung 32" Curved Monitor plus ACER 22" monitor
    Saitek X56 HOTAS
    Thrustmaster Cougar MFDs
    Thrustmaster TFRP Rudder Pedals and
    TrackIR 5

    Cheers Nudge

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    56th VFW/ 63rd VFS CO TeeSquare's Avatar
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    Nice set up.

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    56th VFW/308th VFS CO
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    Well, it's better than mine.

    Well, the picture looks fine on my system, but rotated when I uploaded. Grrr....

    Plus, behind me is my work desk.
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    NudgeBert
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    Luxury woodgrain...flash as a rat with gold teeth nice.

    You could extract guages and fit mfd's to second monitor too?

    Nice

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    56th VFW/ 63rd VFS Pilot Hardball's Avatar
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    Here is a pic of my sim pit

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    That's nice man! Is that a clickable cockpit? And I was thinking about building one. Where do you find the panels and switches?

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    Sorry for slow response, yes it is. I got switches from Banggood.com, they are SPDT type. Control is by circuit boards from desktopaviator.com.
    The MFD's and RWR screens are 8 inch VGA monitors with the info extracted by YAME64 software. The centre panel is on a 12 inch monitor.
    I have an arduino Due controlling the DED, FFL, PFD and speedbrake displays. I have been following Uri_ba's posts on the viperpits.org forum to get the arduino up and running.
    Hope this helps.

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