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  1. March back again.... After a lot of time spent researching this I'm no closer to a solution, I'm beginning to think that I'm getting old and stupid. 2020 appears to require the use of a "gamepad" - I Purchased 2020 from Steam, so that's the platform I'm using. I can get my, ancient, Saitek Pedals, Yoke and Quadrant to work (the trim wheel was a nightmare despite the fact that I do know how to prevent Windoze from turning off my USB ports). That's where it ends. I was very much under the impression that the new sim was going to work in VR similar to using TrackIR. I keep thinking tha
  2. J G

    VR is here!

    For a while I have been dabbling in cockpit building. I have had mixed success and seem to be forever sorting out something that has gone awry. So I thought I would scrap that and use cockpits that have already been built for me. All I needed was an Oculus Rift. so I bought one. Above is the box. Its very substantial, heavy and protects the device very well. Above is the opened box. The headset is to the left and the sensor is to the right. The sensor needs to be placed in front of the set user and pointed toward them. There is also a smal
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