In the video below you will find a status update for my homecockpit from July 2016:
It changed a lot during the last year, when I did the last status report. You will find all modifications like, finishing the shell, curved screen, etc. in this video.
As a request on a forum I have created 3 Videos were you can see and hear the bodyshaker in action.
After the landing in Vienna there is also a short demonstration of the wired firepanel.
I have created an around 15 minutes long video with an update of the cockpit building status.
In this video you will find the working ACARS printer, Audio Panels, Sidewalls, new CDU and much more.
I also started working on the wet compass. Therefore I have purchased a small 4.3″ monitor .
With PROSIM the compass is displayed on the small monitor, which is connected to an PC VGA to Chinch converter .
In this short video I want to present a nice freeware to you. It’s still in Alpha testing, but looks good 🙂
Here is also the link to the download page of the programmer.
Today I found an application that was introducing by Boeing and Honeywell within the Alaska Boeing 737NG Fleet.
Its called RAAS – Runway Awareness and Advisory System.
You can download the application here.
I have prepared a short video for you:
Attention: In the current version 1.1 I only got it working when executing on the main FS machine. Via WideFS I got no sounds played. I already mailed the programmer and waiting for feedback.
Direct Download Link
Now I have the promised video ready and uploaded.
Today I have created the promised video with a Demo printing page from my working ACARS printer.
During the last weekend I have finally built in the new assembled pressurization panel.
Its working also without Prosim737. It will only change the display but will not have any influence to the SimAvionics Suite.
Prosim737 will also simulate the pressurization system.
Today I have finished the first step of my inflight entertainment system.
A script is triggered via a pushbutton to open VLC player with a predefined video.
Via VLC Remote for android I can control the VLC player and start other videos for longer flights.
Not real for a 737, but a nice feature in my homecockpit.