About a month ago, I bought a graphic tablet for gaming-unrelated purposes. I wondered if I could use it in DCS to replace the plethora of paper I waste every time, perhaps on a second PC. It turns out there is an open-source app that solves this issue, and provides much more than I expected: OpenKneeboard.
A brief study on the DCS F-16 Viper AN/APG-68 maximum track ranges under changing altitude conditions.
Public Draft V of VBs Vol. I: F-14 RIO is now available for download.
It adds a hefty amount of content, and the first round of improvements.
Finally the wait is over. Gunner, HEAT, PC! is now available in Early Access on Steam!
The second brief look at the new AIM-54 is about the energy. How to describe it? Well, something in-between “gotta go fast” and “gotta go high“! Speed and altitude, and especially the latter, are now key factors.
As mentioned a few times already, I do not want to commit to a full study of the AIM-54 until it is considered finalised. Thus, this is a quick look at the new missile implementation, starting from the most interesting aspect: the new guidance.