Flying the VRM Airbus H125 Simulator, Part 3

VRM simulator
Compared to these other visual display systems, the virtual reality goggles require virtually no dimensional footprint, since no large-sized domes, mirrors, projectors or screens are required. This eliminates concerns about edge blending/overlapping, distortion, elaborate calibration or costly, tremendous computing power. The VRM system requires about 215 sq. ft. and is comparatively light (1,279 lb.). Photo credit: Simon von Niederhäusern
In Part 2, we discussed mountain flying and training for mechanical malfunctions in the VRM Switzerland FTD. With 4,000 H125s flying around the world, the goal for this flight training device (FTD) is to become not only a tool for recurrent training but also for qualification type training. Both...

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