The catergory tag cloud at the bottom of the page is a good way to navigate the different types of content on the site.
Some quicklinks for the most popular topics are:
DOWNLOADS – to the filtered list of posts with content download links
REFERENCE – to the filtered list of posts devoted to documents, diagrams, and info held to remember for current and future use
BUILD – to the filtered list of posts devoted to the project build (this one has the most pictures!)
SYSTEM – to the filtered list of posts devoted to the software and computer tech of the project (not very many pictures)
Please feel free to use any information here for your private use. If you feel guilty about stealing, don’t hesitate to comment and offer your experience in return!
A long, eventful summer is over. Lots of changes at our house, many not so happy, have provided opportunities to re-prioritize and re-focus.
Moving the computers and flightsim lab into a bigger room facilitated bringing the ‘pit into the house out of the shop.
Best overall alignment of all the moving parts
Although the state of construction is pretty much where we left off in 2013, design decisions about the front panel are better defined now. Build/use concurrency will be the norm for sure.
Advanced sensor system in place
UPDATE: I believe we have gotten all the links active again. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if something isn’t working as it should.
Arrghh…looks like OneDrive has changed all the links on the download content from this website.
My most shocked and contrite apologies that I did not notice sooner.
Please bear with me for a few days while I straighten this file host created confusion.
Putting together a combinations of add-ons, softwares, and procedures to perform and evaluate the seemingly oxymoronic idea of solo formation practice. Using FSRecorder, TacPack TPS, and Tacview as a system seems to be useful.
Best to watch on YouTube at 720p resolution.
A couple of milestones with this latest scenery project, the most significant being it is our first package designed and tested with Lockheed Martin Prepar3d in mind.
Just like all our other scenery projects, it would not have been possible without the help of a lot of people. In this case, P-Woogey, TexxasAl, Ripcord and the Military AI Works team.
Here is the download link.
You know how to get hold of me if need be. Enjoy.