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Build your own 747 Simulator.

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Matthew Shiel’s DIY 747–400 Simulator is 13 foot wide, 11 foot long and 9 foot high. It is located in Sydney, Australia. He started the project in 1998. Bonkers. [Via Metafilter]

 In 1998 I began the design and constuction of my 747-400 simulator. The approximate size of the simulator is 13ft wide x 11ft long and 9ft high. It will include every switch and panel in the 747-400. The Simulator has been built to accept full motion and visuals at a later date.

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  • What software did you use for the 747 simulator? How did you interface it with the actual controls?

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