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    New Immersaview application specifically for pit builders! NTHUSIM

    Has anyone heard anything about the new Immersaview application called NTHUSIM (en-thu-sim)? It apparently has some new features over Sol7 that make alignment more automated and easy. I just received an e-mail from them announcing it. Their site is located at www.nthusim.com
    It looks pretty interesting, it's just that this is the first I've heard of it.

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for pit builders! NTHUSIM

    I think very few people will have heard of it as they are telling existing Sol7 HomeSim users of it's release first. I got my invitation to download today too. I've downloaded, but not installed on the FS PC yet.

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    For those of you who have not seen the home page announcement regarding NTHUSIM

    I think this is absolutely marvelous, a company designs a unique product like this just for our hobby. I've used the older version and am completely impressed with what it can do. I know several builders have this product in use and love it.

    The following is there press release:

    Matt Olieman
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    We have exciting news of a new product called NTHUSIM (en-thu-sim). NTHUSIM has been designed to provide simulation visuals for home enthusiasts.

    At this stage the access to the website is by invitation only while we make the final touches. You can sign up to be notified as soon as the site is officially launched. Simply go to http://www.nthusim.com/ and sign up!

    NTHUSIM will be available in two flavors, “Standard edition” and “Plus edition”. The Standard edition is designed for single-projector applications, while the Plus edition also supports up to three projectors under Matrox eXpansion and ATI Eyefinity setups.

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for pit builders! NTHUSIM

    Hi friends, anyone being invited to try NTHUSIM and successfully got the demo working on Windows 7 64 bit? Though I learnt from Andy of ImmersaView that the official release will only support 32bit Windows 7, I would like to see any success story on 64 bit before setting up a 32 bit Windows 7 for further testing. On my PC with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit, so far I can set up the warping but just the sims cannot pick it up. Thanks.

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    Got my invite and downloaded the software,
    Sadly I can't get the software to work with XP. I only just now found out that it is only for
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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    That's not the case, on their website it says:
    Compatible with:

    * ATI Eyefinity
    * Matrox eXtender modules
    * Windows XP 32bit
    * Windows Vista 32bit
    * Windows 7 32bit
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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    Thanks flightdeck
    Had to download d3dx9_42dll to get it to work, but for some reason the activate log in isn't working. Its been awhile since I used the sol7 demo how do I get the software to work while in the game?

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    Run the sol7 first, load or make corrections as necessary, then press the escape key to minimize it to the background.

    Then run FS. Remember it only works in full screen mode.

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    Thanks heaps for that Sean,

    With the standard addition software, using just one projector how much of a curved screen could I get away with, and would using a curved mirror help at all.

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    Re: New Immersaview application specifically for home cockpit builders NTHUSIM

    Not really sure Rhys. I'm using three projectors so never really tried it with one, how much curve are you thinking of? And I've no experience with mirrors (or fresnel lenses) at all.

    What I could do, as there are a few people who may benefit from this, is try differing combinations of screen width, curvature, number of projectors, etc, etc, as I have 3 short throw projectors, a 'normal' projector, a TH2G (and therefore a DH2G) and a large room (and therefore a small room) and post the findings. If this would be of use to anyone, or there's a particular setup you would like me to 'experiment' with, let me know, I'll try and help out. It's frusrating not knowing whether a particular setup will work, understandibly not wanting to fork out loads of cash on something that may not work out!

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