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Old 01-10-2020, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default Writing pad with electronic display in DCS

Hi All,

Whilst using VR is an absolute dream immersion wise, it's a nightmare when that JTAC is reading out coordinates and you need to start noting them down. Has anyone tried a solution with an electronic pad you can write on, to which a software can project the notes in a window in DCS, in principle it would be like writing notes on the kneepad?

I have not found such a solution yet, but I came across RMarkable the other day (a pad whcih feels like writing on paper apparently) and it has LiveView functionality so that you can write on the "paper" on project the display on your PC. Might be a good way of doing it, but I bet it is not supported or whatever. Are there any other solutions like that available?
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Old 01-10-2020, 03:28 PM   #2
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How about using Virtual Reality Kneeboard by AMVI_Rider? Sounds like a perfect fit for you.

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