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Round and Small Gauge LCDs for Cockpit Building


When working on your Flight Simulator, if building something similar to a real airplane, you will notice that not all of the instruments are side by side or even close by. If using one large monitor to load your instrument or gauge cluster this is perfect, but sometimes we have to split the instruments between […]

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Flight Simulator Hardware Add-Ons – ProDeskSim Honeycomb Alpha


In this video we review several products by ProDeskSim, which create a variety of add-on products for Simulator Hardware manufacturers such as Logitech, Honeycomb and Turtle Beach. Part of the review is actually performed on a real Airplane and tackles accuracy, functionality, and features such as fully functional TO/GA buttons. The Add-Ons which include throttle, […]

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Pairing Software for Wireless Keyboards/Mice


At almost every office I visit I will find discarded or unused wireless mice and keyboards because of missing or damaged receivers. It’s not rare for me to collect anywhere between 20 to 80 of these devices every year. This happens because most users don’t know or just won’t bother searching for a new receiver. […]

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Airplane Models for your Gaming Rig


If you are into Flight Simulators, PC / Gaming Rig Assembly and also Aviation, you can combine all of these with some cool Airplane models that can live safely inside your computer. Below I provide some examples, and links to stores on Amazon that can help you obtain almost any Aircraft you have in mind. […]

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Garmin Aviation PC Trainers – Blank or Black Screen


Garmin’s Aviation PC Trainers are very useful for Avionics familiarization and training. They are available for many Aircraft including single engine, multi-engine, Turbroprops and Jets. Although I have been informed they are working on newer versions of these trainers, many aircraft owners have CDs with older versions which can be buggy. In Flight Simulators, such […]

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How to Quickly Test Electrical Devices


This video shows you how to create a fully portable, easy-to-remove Tool which you can use to test devices such as light fixtures, outlets, switches, LEDs, Fans, and many more devices. This will also allow you to connect any of these devices to a power meter, so you can analyze its power usage / energy […]

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DIY Cockpit Panels Landing Gear and Flaps Review


Supporting independent Flight Simulator hardware manufacturers is a passion of mine. DIY Cockpit Panels has created Landing Gear and Flaps Lever panels that are worth taking a look at. In the video review below, you can see all of their features. They include everything you need to completely simulate their functions in the simulator, for […]

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Touch Sensors for Flight Simulator, prepar3d and X-Plane


This video demonstrates how Touch Sensors can also be used to create a fun and different way to perform actions in the simulator just as you would by using a Push Button or Toggle Switch. The TTP223 Touch Sensor Module offers several configurations and the option to add LEDs, which can be used as status […]

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How to create your own Backup Internet (Failover)


If you lose Internet at home or at the office due to an outage or hardware failure (such as your modem’s ports no longer working), you can resume some operations on your Smart Phone using 3G, 4G, LTE or 5G. But what if you have certain devices at home that critically need a physical network […]

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2022 Mid-Year Quick Recap


In honor of the Mirabal Sisters, the United Nations General Assembly designated November 25th as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and their museum and resting place, in Salcedo, Dominican Republic, is where my year started off. With great progress on the COVID-19 situation, artists got back on the road, and […]

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