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Hello,

 

This may be a rather simplistic question, but do you think that the scrolling speed of the landscape according to the speed of the plane is coherent?

 

I have the impression to have a sensation of very low speed compared to the scrolling when I am at 400 knots and at 5000 feet, if I move away the camera to its maximum, the impression of speed is better but it is much too far from the cockpit

 

Maybe there are no objects on the ground to give a better impression of speed/scrolling or maybe EAGLE DYNAMIC should make the sensation bigger?

 

I don't know if it's consistent or not with reality, but after watching real videos of fighter planes with onboard camera, I realized that it scrolls much faster, maybe because the textures are better and we see the ground better, I don't know, but do you find it consistent?

 

Sorry for my english, I'm french

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Impression of speed is mostly sensed by peripheral view. Since we don't have that on a (small/single) monitor, it seems to be missing. Like you said: if you zoom out, you widen the field of view to what one would perceive in the pit with natural FOV and suddenly the effect is present. But everything is crammed on a way too small screen. On VR with a wider FOV you got that sense of speed.

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Yeah, I fly in VR and it really does feel unnerving to have the landscape zip below you like that. High speed, low level ingress really is a great experience in VR.


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And even in VR the FOV is quite narrow compared to real life.

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On 5/1/2021 at 9:43 PM, mobile83 said:

after watching real videos of fighter planes with onboard camera

These usually use high fov cameras too.

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