Technology breakthroughs in the flight simulator industry are becoming rare. That’s not a condemnation, but the opposite. Over the past couple of decades, the motion systems and, in particular, the visual systems on full flight simulators (FFS) have become so nearly pitch perfect in their ability to replicate the real world that improvements are hard to achieve. There has, however, been a significant breakthrough this year that may not best the immersive quality of FFSs, but which does ...

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