Show Us Your Flight Gear and Cockpits


#21

@Venom
The haptics and the fact that everything is in the right place must be a dream of immersion.

My low budget cockpit also feels good with an original hotas cougar (with replaced 12-bit controller by leo bodnar and hall sensors). The x-box controller integrated in the throttle makes flying in elite very elegant thanks to the microjoysticks.


#22

Hope you put your impressions here on or on you channel!


#23

my sim rig so far :

couple nice features not visible on pictures

  • gametrix jet seat hidden inside customized massage/rig chair that give 8 vibration zones based telemetry or sound
  • chair can be adjusted by actuators to zero G position like here https://i.imgur.com/ReRuVr5.jpg ( great for Elite)
  • audiophile headphones+tubeamp+dac+low jitter usb card
  • frame is customized/expanded prosimu t1000 but montion actuators not istalled yet ( to do at Xmass time) http://www.prosimu-shop.com/en/simulator-t1000/53-t1000.html
  • wind simulation based telemetry

#24

Nice! Had any troubles with the Fanatec pedals?


#25

Elite Dangerous VR rig :wink:


#26

No issue with pedals, they are brand new. Thinking about direct drive to pair for them.They have podium series but waiting for rewiev.


#27

dam you all have way to much money to slash out im gell


#28

If you think these are bad, I know a guy with the front fuselage section of an F15C :slight_smile:


#29

dam i bet it looks the part thow . i bit ott if he only using it for vr


#30

Dbox gp200 rebuilt on diy frame, mige small dd wheel, fanatec v2 pedals. Thrust master shifter. 4 point harness (not really needed, bud adds strongly to immersion :crazy_face:)
4 shakers are still waiting to be applied to this rig. So far the dbox does good vibration, too.

More recent picture :v:


#31

Mate. Nice triple up on the machine bed extrusion for the seat :slight_smile: that must have cost a fortune?

I’m using a claw lock extrusion profile. It’s easy to adjust



#32

Actually I ordered the frame from sim-lab.eu
Was not cheap, but worth every cent :joy:.

Yours looks quite sturdy, too. Well done! :+1: