Ampere K. Hardraade wrote:
> On May 18, 2005 06:25 am, Steve Hosgood wrote:
> 
>>The original glider had no instruments of course. For this model, I've
>>pinched the instruments panel from the Schweizer 2-33 that was already
>>in Flightgear. I did this to give me some idea of airspeed, to
>>compensate for not having the wind in my face whilst flying!
> 
> You can always use sound as an indication of speed. ;-)
> 
> Record the sound of wind ripping across the microphone, and replay this with 
> different volume when the glider is flying. =)
> 
> 
> 
> Ampere
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And you could indicate altitude by looping a guy's voice going
"oshitoshitoshit"  The lower you go, the faster and louder it gets.

Seriously, I think the wind noise thing is a really good idea.

Josh

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