A Few Gaming Examples Using NTHUSIM+
Porsche 986/996 (My Racing Simpit)
During the Fall of 2009 I began a racing simpit based on the Porsche 986/996 interior. As there is a 2001 Porsche Boxster in the garage, measurements are easily had for this simpit. All the real Porsche parts are either from salvage yards or from ebay. The core of this simpit is based on the Fanatec Turbo S wheel and Clubsport pedals. I ordered the Fanatec products in early December 2009 and they arrived late January 2010. Xmas better late than never I guess...
Republic F-84F-10-GK 51-9345 (My Flight Simpit)
Purchased in the Summer of 2008 in Texas and transported back to Kansas. This is a long term project where I'm learning a lot about sheetmetal, CNC machining and computer interfacing of instruments. To help in the building process I purchased a full set of manufacturer's techical drawings on microfilm (50 rolls) from the National Air and Space Museum archives section. The microfilm covers every part in the aircraft and was originally used to manufacture the aircraft.
Pictures of the fuselage as it was when I purchased it June 2008 in League City, Texas.
Pictures of the aircraft while assigned as an instructional airframe for the 3750th TTC at Sheppard AFB.
Ok, excellent photos! Look forward to seeing the Republic in action .....
Thats INSANE Brad!
Everything form Need for Speed to the republic!
Sick!! That fighter cockpit is shouting to be a sim! ;))
Hey Hawthorne can you take some pictures with it blank, showing the material you used? If not I understand..
Not sure where I saw them, but I remember you having a TV set-up via VLC? I'm running VLC onto a curved screen at home for movies, but it'd be nice to get the TV working as well. I have a TV card, so are you hooking this up via VLC?
I have the Nthusim icon on the second monitor but it opens on the first. How do I get it to open on the second monitor (triple screen)?