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There is a new release of www.dc3experience.com !Now featuring a large (50+ pages) online article about simulator cockpit development based on the Microsoft Flight Simulator (www.dc3experience.com/building).With respect to simulator cockpit development the objective of this article is to give an overview. As a starter examples are given of simulator cockpits to give a feeling of what this is all about. Followed by a basic introduction to a simulator cockpit architecture. Following this introduction, in sequential order the various possible components of a simulator cockpit are discussed. In order to give a broader impression of the simulator cockpit 'world' an overview of simulator cockpit suppliers and the simulator cockpit community is given.The objective of this article not to reproduce all the information / knowledge available, but to create an overview of the options available and point you the way by means of more than 600 included links.Enjoy browsing DC-3 experience !Herman.

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:-lolhow long has this been online ?if not long .. i've seen it :Di am currently in the process of browsing trough every single site from the home sim builders registry and I passed your site earlyer today. looked like another fine info source. though I'd prefer gathering most info & links on the wiki ..either way, good job :)i'm down to the last 62 out of 309 ... 'f cours not all have a site .. and not all sites mentioned work .. (someone should clean it out and add "http://" in front of all urls that doesn't have that cuz you end up having the url of the HSB + url from site which obviously can not be found :(all hail to error 404 :-lol

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Thank you for giving us a simple, logical and succinct introduction to sim-building. I think that AVSIM should set a banner advising all new sim-builders to view your site first of all, then Mike Powell

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