Heritage Flight Simulation was born from a desire to make flight in historic aircraft as real as possible without the cost or risk of having to take the actual aircraft into the sky.
We are using Augmented Virtuality (*AV) to merge a virtual world Mk.IX Spitfire simulator with an accurate real world working cockpit. Using DCS World and X-Plane as simulation platforms, we are creating a real world simulator cockpit for use with VR. It will also optionally have a G-Force Seat to provide potential Spitfire pilots with the necessary pre-training and, for the rest of us enthusiasts, with a very real flight experience.
These are available in self-build plans.
Feel free to have a look at our build records here.
Augmented virtuality (AV), is a subcategory of mixed reality which refers to the merging of real world objects into virtual worlds.
As an intermediate case in the virtuality continuum, it refers to predominantly virtual spaces, where physical elements, e.g. physical objects or people, are dynamically integrated into, and can interact with, the virtual world in real time. (from Wikipedia)