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I'm looking for a chair that simulates the three-dimensional axes where we do the movements.

 

YAW AXES

 

PITCH AXES

 

ROLL AXES

 

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I am looking for a space-saving chair that is as realistic as possible.

the best video that simulates the 3 movements and the last one but it is a very expensive machine and it is military.

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the best video that simulates the 3 movements and the last one but it is a very expensive machine and it is military.

 

Do the math. Nothing that does what you want is going to be inexpensive. What is your budget?

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Cheapest I've seen Pitch + Roll + Yaw (not 360)

 

$1700

 

https://dofreality.com/#h3

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here is another rather bizarre machine.

in practice, to have a perfect machine would need a spherical gyroscope of the same great size as a man, with few degrees of resistance as if it were a sphere inside a hemisphere that moves magnetically.

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Welcome to the hardcore realism channel of DCS Forum :pilotfly:

 

Those are great, just outside of what fits in a room or a normal player's budget I am afraid.

 

 

and most important, where to does my meal fly...and who's gonna clean up that mess :megalol:

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... the machine should not be bulky and can enter a room.

 

Good luck with that.

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it is not complete with this solution you cannot loop upside down.

 

When flying IRL you have + g force's most of the time, unless you stalling out etc. This would be fun for like 2 minutes.

 

Going upside down when "not moving" would not feel right at all really. I would go with something like this myself https://dofreality.com/#h3

 

As long as it has the yaw feeling, it would be real helpful for the ww2 birds and be cool in VR.

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You'd get more out of a jetseat and vr goggles than a 3dof seat. They are insanely expensive and only give you a sense of rotation, you are still wholly missing the much more important centrifugal aspect. A jetseat gives you physical feedback for what the plane is doing and the headseat gives you immersion.

 

I toyed with the idea of doing such a thing, but they're really not worth what they cost. If you want ''realism'' you can go fly gliders for ''real''. $5-10k will buy you a looooot of flight hours, enough for commercial rating at least, I think on the order of several hours a day, several days a week, for the entire season, maybe longer.

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It's cool and all but it can't replicate g-force feeling ?.You would need huge space with X Y Z movement on long rails but that still wouldn't sustain g-forces for long...

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