Exhibit: MiGMan's cockpit
Description: I used to fly in my own home-built own cockpit. It was programmable if you had a day or so to spare!
I used to fly in my own home-built own cockpit - the MiG-Pit Mk I. It was programmable if you had a day or so to spare!
Main Control Panel
Top left is the comms panel, right is HUD controls, lower left weapons and stores, Radar and sim controls are on the lower right.
Photos by Lukas Matysek
But I also spent a lot of time simulator flying with less elaborate rigs.
- 486 IBM PC
- 1998: Pentium 233-MMX PC
- Celeron-466 PC
- Pentium-166 laptop
- 2004 AMD-2100 PC
- Pentium 4 silent PC
- Lenovo 560
In the early 2000's I spent some time experimenting with ways to set up multiple displays for flight sims.