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Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 1)

With this video, I'm using a different recording and editing process. The advantage is that the F1 view is in the standard 1080p format with the improved resolution. But the track replay records all minute head movements and angels of view of the HTC Vive, which as you will see, while it is what we actually see and do in life, it makes for a differing viewing experience. Whether this is an advantage or disadvantage remains to be seen (pun) :D.

Please comment if you'd like to give your view!

 

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission in Virtual Reality

 

Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 2)

 

In part 2 of this mission I review proper taxi procedures, takeoff procedures, and climb performance

 

 

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission in Virtual Reality

 

Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 3)

 

In Part 3 of this mission, I mostly worked with setting the auto- pilot using my HOTAS, with little voice commentary. Simply put, I forgot which HOTAS input did which auto-pilot command. :dunno:

So, with that said, I've added a music overlay through-out most of this part 3 video, and clipped it somewhat. :blush:

CPU = Intel i7-6700K

Motherboard = ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha, w/ the Intel Z170 Chipset,

RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

GPU = Zotac GTX980ti Amp Extreme

Hard-drive = Samsung V-NAD SSD 950 PRO M.2

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission in Virtual Reality

 

Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 4)

 

In Part 4 of this marathon free flight mission I do a review of the AOA indicator, airspeed indicators, and an in depth study of the Attitude Direction Indicator (ADI) and what it is showing me. :book:

CPU = Intel i7-6700K

Motherboard = ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha, w/ the Intel Z170 Chipset,

RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

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Hard-drive = Samsung V-NAD SSD 950 PRO M.2

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 5)

In Part 5, I continue studing the pitch indications of the ADI, then study the Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI), look at the Vertical Velocity Indicator (VVI), the altimeters, etc...

 

CPU = Intel i7-6700K

Motherboard = ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha, w/ the Intel Z170 Chipset,

RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

GPU = Zotac GTX980ti Amp Extreme

Hard-drive = Samsung V-NAD SSD 950 PRO M.2

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission in Virtual Reality

 

Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 6)

In part 6 of this free flight mission, I go over the basic HUD symbology, navigation mode, return sub-mode, and landing sub-mode.

 

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RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

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Hard-drive = Samsung V-NAD SSD 950 PRO M.2

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission in Virtual Reality

 

Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 7)

In Part 7 of this long free flight orientation mission, I will be studying the Su-25T's fuel management and cruise performance, and my first cinematic music scenes.

 

CPU = Intel i7-6700K

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RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 8 )

In Part 8 of this Free Flight mission as I approach my destination, I discuss my DCS World Settings configuration, I lightly discuss the beauty of DCS World in Virtual Reality, the need for 4K HMD's, and I review the procedures for a proper landing, cross-wind landings, and common landing errors.

 

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Su-25T Free Flight Mission (Part 9)

In part 9, the last part of this mission, I review the landing procedures, attempt to perform a landing by the numbers, taxi and shut down, give some mission comments, and lastly, the final fate of Lt. Bot.

 

CPU = Intel i7-6700K

Motherboard = ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha, w/ the Intel Z170 Chipset,

RAM = 64 Gigs of Ripjaws V F4-3400C16Q.

GPU = Zotac GTX980ti Amp Extreme

Hard-drive = Samsung V-NAD SSD 950 PRO M.2

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