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Started by 400guy, Mon, 23 Jun 2014 15:56
Quote from: Pierre TheillereHi guys!The best point is: splitting sound outputs! Thanks to PSx' server / clients capability, you may get engine sound (and ground roll) via subwoofers located behind / below, and airspeed sounds via small speakers being the windshield screens... and so on. And that good sound ambiance is a huge part of the immersion, at least as much as visuals!Last thing: during PSx testing, I got "trapped" several times, taking the computer-generated rain or thunderstorms for the real ones!
QuoteAlso, keep in mind that PSX works with touch screens but has by no means been developed FOR touch screens. It is not a Metro app, it is not touch-wipe-tap-drag-pinch-turn enabled. You want a mouse with a wheel, probably. And you definitely want a keyboard.And this interface stuff probably is more important for your experience than CPU power or display pixels anyway. It depends on what you want to achieve. If you want to handfly with any reasonable accuracy, you don't want to be stuck to a touch screen with touch pad only. But if you merely want to explore the systems while flying on A/P, you can probably do with just the touch screen.
QuoteAlso most reasonably priced monitors are refreshed at 60 Hz. or would a refresh rate of 100 Hz be essential, has this anything to do PS10.s 70 frame rates?
Quote from: Hardy HeinlinPhil, Russell, GodAtum, and all mockup constructors,please, before you start buying any big hardware, first try PSX on your existing "normal" computer and check the network features, the mouse functions, sound options etc. and then evaluate the entire system and then decide what additional hardware might be useful for your personal plan.Regards,|-|ardy