MiGMan's Flight Sim Museum

  • Full Screen
  • Wide Screen
  • Narrow Screen
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Most recent Media articles

3-D movies at home

A Taiwanese software company sells a Direct 3D filter which turns all your 2D movie content into 3D. Yes, it does work. Download the free trial and give it a go.

Website: http://3dfier.blogspot.com/

Apparently it integrates neatly with Windows media Player, although I use it with Stereoscopic Player 1.7.1.

Documentaries such as the Canadian "Jetstream", following CF/A-18 training becomes thrill-a-minute. In the BFM footage you feel as if you're right there, turning and burning. Animated features prove to have startling and satisfying 3D qualities. The Justice League Unlimited Season 2 'Flash and Substance' episode gave a real sense of the Flash's speed. Narrgh, words don't do it 'justice'. Get hold of it and try it for yourself.

MiGMan's Combat Diary: Episode 1

Teaser for an Air Combat drama series that was never made.
Script, production, editing and original music (c) 2007 by Peter Inglis.

Lock On Modern Air Combat game engine used with permission of Ubisoft Australia.
Read more...

PC Pilot Magazine: Issue 11


Title - PC Pilot Magazine Issue 011
Release Date - Sep 2000
Developer - PC Pilot Magazine
Publisher - PC Pilot Magazine
Collection - Yes
Comments - Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002- we've got an exclusive interview with Bruce Williams from Microsoft.

PC Pilot Magazine: Issue 16


Title - PC Pilot Magazine Issue 016
Release Date - Mar 2002
Developer - PC Pilot Magazine
Publisher - PC Pilot Magazine
Collection - Yes
Comments - Reviews of Combat Jet Trainer, Sabre vs. MiG, SimCharts v2.0, Warbirds Extreme, FS Architect, Nova Austrian Airports, PSS BAe Bulldog, At The Controls book, Cybex FS2002 guide.

500 comic books

This is what 500 comic books look like - they take up a lot of space. This is what 500 comic books look like - they take up a lot of space.
This is what 500 (physical) comic books look like.

Comments - They sure take up a lot of storage space! In terms of cost, portability and storage concerns, digital media is becoming the way to go. That same 500 comics fits neatly on one DVD.

Books and Videos for the Carrier Crazed

Books and Videos for the Carrier Crazed by Bruce Irving http://flyingsinger.blogspot.com/

Aircraft carriers have always fascinated me. I can remember building a model of the USS Enterprise (CVN 65) when I was around 10 years old (let's not think about how long ago THAT was). It was maybe three feet long and the jets I painted and glued to the deck were maybe an inch or so. A carrier is something that is both huge and tiny at the same time -- you can compare it to a building if you see it in port, or to a postage stamp if you're thinking about landing on it. I was thrilled when I finally got aboard a real carrier -- I was lucky enough to tour the USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) in San Diego a few years ago. It was in port, so there were no planes aboard, but the view from the flight deck was still worth the price of admission (OK, so it was free). I jogged from the pointy end to the back end of that boat a couple of times, just to feel how big it was. And it was astoundingly big.
Read more...

Page 1 of 59

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »