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Interview of Adam Breed from Prepar3D

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A very informative interview of Adam Breed, Program Manager of Prepar3D:

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Breed is engineering program manager for Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D simulation software, which means he’s sort of an aviation training expert-meets-video game developer.

https://www.aviationtoday.com/2018/07/15/prepar3d-creating-pilots-lockheed-martin/?fbclid=IwAR27htpvBgJEUymGpkj3wzm18Lerym12Gu-tF6Hx_mQoov47duYGKnI8Iwc

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Yep - VR is the future!!!! The fidelity will go much higher in 2019 as the new headsets are coming (wireless) with better resolution - 2K and newer video cards.

Thanks for the share, even though it came out much earlier but first time reading this article.

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Very informative article!

 

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On ‎12‎/‎26‎/‎2018 at 2:39 PM, Skywolf said:

Thanks for the share, even though it came out much earlier but first time reading this article.

I honestly hadn't noticed the date, but since I'd never seen or read it before I thought it worth sharing...

...especially since real world sites such as Avionics International probably aren't on too many simmer's reading list! :unsure:


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1 hour ago, n4gix said:

I honestly hadn't noticed the date, but since I'd never seen or read it before I thought it worth sharing...

...especially since real world sites such as Avionics International probably aren't on too many simmer's reading list! :unsure:

It is all good - yep never knew about avionics international till I read this super informative article.  Thank you for introducing me to the article and to "Avionics International" - I am sure it will come in handy once I get my PPL (and then a GA plane)

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Very nice article. The interview is from before the V4.4 release.

Bottom line : more VR and voice control in the future...

 


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Just now, GSalden said:

Bottom line : more VR and voice control in the future...

Sounds reasonable. It's what the corporate customers wants, I suppose...


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51 minutes ago, Anders Bermann said:

Sounds reasonable. It's what the corporate customers wants, I suppose...

And the private ones too!


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3 hours ago, GCBraun said:

And the private ones too!

Maybe... but to be frank, it's not on this 'private customers' top 3 list... 🙂

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There's a much more recent interview with Adam Breed in the current edition of PC Pilot.


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I hope LM will develope new ATC and traffic engine. Because actual ATC/traffic simulation is heritage of FS9... We need more real, more difficult, more advanced ATC control.

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