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Use your flight simulators with a well defined purpose...

Don't expect them to be "perfect" or to fully cover all aspects of simulated flight...

Try to enjoy it instead of stressing...

 

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Please enlighten us as the the purpose, is any, of that "video".


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The purpose is mostly as a reference to a game called "BeamNG DRIVE", with an apparently "sophisticated" crash physics model, for any vehicles, including aircraft.

I would likle to read from any of you using the game, any comments on it's quality, physics modeling, performance, etc... being appreciated.

Did that shed some light on your thoughts ?

Thank you!

P.S.: As a side note, it would be nice if their skills could be incorporated into some of our flight simulation platforms, bringing more believable "crash physics"...

 

 

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Use your flight simulators with a well defined purpose...

Don't expect them to be "perfect" or to fully cover all aspects of simulated flight...

Try to enjoy it instead of stressing...

 

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1 hour ago, jcomm said:

P.S.: As a side note, it would be nice if their skills could be incorporated into some of our flight simulation platforms, bringing more believable "crash physics"...

 

Not happening. The aircraft are licensed in the sim and the manufacturers won't allow it. Might happen in a combat sim like DCS. 

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3 hours ago, jcomm said:

The purpose is mostly as a reference to a game called "BeamNG DRIVE", with an apparently "sophisticated" crash physics model, for any vehicles, including aircraft.

OK. Got it. I thought I was supposed to see airplane crashes of some kind.


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4 hours ago, jcomm said:

bringing more believable "crash physics"..

If you are chatting about MSFS, we already have a very efficient "Crash" system ... it is however mostly confined to the desktop variety. LOL  It does not get more efficient than that, and luckily, it is built in to the programme and "FREE"

Tony

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