Here's the tow truck getting ready to remove the simulator from my driveway,
where it sat for almost a year. We figured out how to make the canopies go
up and down with compressed air, and we figured out in general how the
hydraulics worked, how the throttle and stick force feedback was set up,
and such. Other than that, there is just an awful lot of stuff in there!
Walter's problem is he lives in a fairly small apartment, and this thing
needs a room with a HIGH ceiling! A garage might do it, if the space
were open, with no beams, etc. It might need 3-phase power to support
the hydraulic requirements. Walter already has the optics taken care of,
as he has several mirrors out of the Vital-II simulators to make a 21"
CRT look wide and at near infinity.