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  1. Lockheed Martin have released details of their fusion based power generation research. Here's an interesting article from Aviation Weekly: http://aviationweek.com/technology/skunk-works-reveals-compact-fusion-reactor-details This is the first time I've felt that fusion research may be coming up with the goods. Maybe it's because the development is in the hands of an aeronautical engineer? What do you think? Cheers - Dai.
  2. Just found this video of P3D released a couple of days ago by Lochheed Martin, I Posted it here as I thought some of the guys and gals at Mutleys might like to have a peek . Prepar3D® simulation software presents a virtual world that spans from the depths of the ocean to suborbital space. See how Prepar3D can be used for immersive, experiential learning in this trailer. Since launching the software in 2010 as an evolution of Microsoft ESP technology for professional training and academic learning, Lockheed Martin has expanded ground and maritime settings, added camera sensors and enhanced i
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