Vitruvian VR is a new flight simulator, which combine Virtual Reality to other technologies as open source electronic and industrial automation.
It is the only one in the world simulator, in which the gamer can control the movements and the flight direction through the two joysticks.
Now we're going to see the first phase: THE AUTOMATION
We have chosen the technology of B&R Industrial Automation and during the video that will follow, we will see together how we have configured the software to move the engines by the PLC.
Here are the material we used:
With this software it's possible to simulate completely the whole project without actually having the physical engines.
So it is possible to speed up the tests and to decide what to buy after create the complete solution.
The code part is completely decided from the hardware installation.
The interface is divided by 3 groups:
For more information please visit Vitruvian VR website: http://www.VitruvianVr.com
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