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    Article: NEWS RELEASE - NTHUSIM Head Mounted Display (HMD)


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    Re: Article: NEWS RELEASE - NTHUSIM Head Mounted Display (HMD)

    I am very interested in this for flight simulation. Any idea when will the hardware be available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmig View Post
    I am very interested in this for flight simulation. Any idea when will the hardware be available?
    Yeah, the hardware (Oculus) looks fantastic and noticed it's still in development stage at least I think. Would love to get my hands on one of these.


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    Re: Article: NEWS RELEASE - NTHUSIM Head Mounted Display (HMD)

    I guess this would be great for those that don't use a hardware MIP but unfortunately this would not be much good for those that do. It could be good fun though.

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    The biggest downside to any "VR" type gear like this in use with flight sims, is that EVERYONE has hardware, even if it's just a keyboard. Try to find that flaps lever on your keyboard (or insert-your-hardware-thing-here) with something covering your eyes. :^(

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    Well, if someone made hand recognition for it, you could actually flick the switches in the 3d cockpit. A glove with force feedback would even allow you to feel the switch.