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 Home Cockpit Approach/Landing at St. MaartenAdded: October 18, 2009 

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Aircraft Details Location
Private (more..)
Boeing 737-700 (more..)
St. Maarten-Princess Juliana Int'l - TNCM (more..)
Netherlands Antilles (more..)
Registration/Serial No./Date Videographer
N737JP (more..)
Chris Kilroy (more..)
Contact Chris Kilroy
Remarks: Approach, landing, and taxi in at SXM in my 737NG in the home simulator I'm building in my living room. The setup is using FS2004, wideFS, and Project Magenta networked over 6 PCs, with three projectors warped over a 24' curved screen providing the visuals. Hardware components are from Flight Deck Solutions, CPFlight, Poldragonet, SISMO, and ACE. The seats are out of a real UPS 727-100QPF. Yes, I know the yokes aren't linked and there are visible projector seams on the screen. The latter is on the "to do" list, along with about 50 other projects.
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  User Comments on this Video (6)

Posted by Chris on October 18, 2009

That is nothing short of creative genius. That must have cost a small fortune. Very impressive for sure!

Posted by Joe on October 18, 2009

Chris, outstanding work, I would love to come experience this!

Posted by Mohammed Hassan on October 20, 2009

Really awesome

Posted by Nathan Herring on October 21, 2009

Now that is way cool, wish I had something like that

Posted by Bill on October 22, 2009

Amazing work on that setup

Posted by Ron Huber on October 30, 2009

Chris you are a genius!

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