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    Talking 3 things to keep in mind with projection

    The law of inverse squares

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...sion/isql.html


    You dont need any more than 24 FPS and 18 FPS will do
    There has been tons of info on this in FS forums


    Have a look at the attached viewing distance graph

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    This is worth having a look at
    http://immersaview.com/servicesandtechnology.html

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    Mine is locked at 25 and this gives excellent viewing and no stuttering. I can fly anywhere in the world with third party scenery hold those frames.

    I love it!

    I can't quite make out what I'm looking at. I'm sitting about 32" from a 24" monitor.
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    Mike,
    If you are just using a single monitor, then I strongly suggest you get a fresnel lens and stick it up in front of you. It will give you a whole new perspective on your scenery.

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    You can get them free. Look for a big screen projection TV on the side of the road. Get the screen from it and cut to size. They are fresnel lenses. FREE!
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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    I didn't mean I couldn't see my monitor, I can't make out what I'm looking at in his attachment.

    There's no room in front of my monitor for a Fresnel lens.
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