[Flightgear-devel] Fwd: FlightGear network protocol

2006-06-30 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
to connect some systems together, but I'm still unsure whether that's possible. The packet format used by FlightGear is the main concern right now. Regards, Robin van Steenbergen Using Tomcat but need to do more? Need to support web services, security? Get stuff done quickly with pre

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Fwd: FlightGear network protocol

2006-06-30 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Erik Hofman schreef: Hoi Robin, (...) Looks like a nice project! Thanks! Sometimes I've got the idea half of the world's flight simulator community is located somewhere around NL. The documentation is in the source code. In your case it's located in

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [Fwd: LinuxWorld Expo London 2006 - Free space for .Org]

2006-07-10 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
While you're at it, why not look for a spot at the Flight Simulator Weekend, Nov. 4 and 5, 2006, Aviodrome Aviation Museum, Lelystad. (That's the weekend following the Linux World Expo). As a simbuilder I already have a place there, but I believe there's lot more room for more people. Just

Re: [Flightgear-devel] MinGW/MSys compile

2006-07-11 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Compiling with FreeGLUT and linking with the library statically (libfreeglut.a) usually requires FREEGLUT_STATIC to be defined in the headers. Works for me under Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 with my own code (not sure about the FlightGear codebase though) David Hazel schreef: I have been trying to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] HUD: raw gl-commands vs. plib/osg wrappers

2006-07-26 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Melchior FRANZ schreef: We had talked about abstracting out the raw gl-commands into just one file, and then to use plib wrappers to plug the HUD into the scene graph. The plib wrappers could eventually get replaced by osg wrappers. The abstraction is still a goal, and so is plugging the HUD

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 3d models

2006-07-27 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Jon Stockill schreef: Jason Cox wrote: Hi all, just wondering on weather some one has looked into tapping into the 3d models that are available for downlaod from google earth? i think we maybeable to use these if we convert them as they are created by users of the sketchup

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 3d models

2006-07-27 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Curtis L. Olson schreef: Jon Stockill wrote: So forget converting anything from their 3d warehouse - if you want to use a model you'll need to get it direct from the author. It sounds like we need to infiltrate google with FlightGear people. Can I get some volunteers

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 3d models

2006-07-28 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Jason Cox schreef: Hi all, just wondering on weather some one has looked into tapping into the 3d models that are available for downlaod from google earth? i think we maybeable to use these if we convert them as they are created by users of the sketchup program. any thoughts? Jason

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 3d models

2006-07-28 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Ampere K. Hardraade schreef: On Wednesday 26 July 2006 12:53, Robin van Steenbergen wrote: I'm working on an accurate model of Eindhoven Airport and you can actually put the ground chart of the airport on the 'floor' and model on top of that. We have the capability to generate

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2d PFD?

2006-08-16 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Andy Ross schreef: Curtis L. Olson wrote: Quick question, I've been looking through existing aircraft with 2d panels. I'm trying to find a reasonably implemented 2d PFD glass display. We have a number of 3d cockpit options, but I need something for a 2d cockpit. Something like this?

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2d PFD?

2006-08-16 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Major A schreef: Robin, http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j282/Stoney3K/nd_full.png Which is my interpretation of a Primus 1000 ND. That looks very good -- is the source code available somewhere? What libraries do you use, if any (apart from the OpenGL stuff)? Andras

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Looking for a Dutch crew

2006-09-17 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
I'll be at the Avio that weekend as well, since we originally planned to have our own booth as cockpit builders (Project Learjet) like last year. Unfortunately we have some serious transportation issues and we can only go by public transport. But I'd be happy to drop by and help out for maybe

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Looking for a Dutch crew

2006-09-17 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Martin Spott schreef: I'm be able to commit myself but you can't rely on me to supply any of the requested material. We had some posters on the LinxTag booth and if we ask nicely, then our Friends at Friedrichshafen might lend them to us for use at Lelystad. I have one or two displays to

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Star Wars Mod :-)

2006-10-28 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
If there's any spacecraft I want to make a flight model for, it's Serenity from Firefly. The interior and exterior model of the vessel is actually based on real-world aviation. There is already a good 3D model available on the net, and the only thing we need to make is the aerodynamics. As

Re: [Flightgear-devel] fgfs + gaia (google earch client) = moving map

2006-11-23 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Melchior FRANZ schreef: * Melchior FRANZ -- Thursday 23 November 2006 15:17: PS: cc to the gaia author. Thanks for that wonderful program! see here for info about fgfs: http://www.flightgear.org/ And that was a good idea ... within minutes I got a reply: |$ gaia

Re: [Flightgear-devel] How to drive the Flight Gear airplanes by radar data

2006-12-05 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Curtis Olson schreef: On 12/4/06, *唐勇* wrote: Hi,the Flight Gear can be drived by Keyboard,Mouse,Joystick etc.But my question is that how can I drive the Flight Gear by my ATC radar data.My radar data contains the flight position(lon,lat,alt) and

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [Fwd: FSweekend 2007]

2007-03-09 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Martin Spott schreef: Yep, same formula, but with improvements in the details. :-) More beer ? :-) Martin. For the least part. But I think I will be manninng our own Project Learjet stand this year. I'll be sure to drop by.

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Gliding/Soaring in FlightGear

2007-05-01 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Heiko Schulz schreef: Hi, as far as I know thermic is only with jsbsim and the winch/towing only with yasim. Maybe there is a possibility with an nasal script to fake thermals in yasim. Greetings HHS Wouldn't faking a winch/towing for JSBSim aircraft be easier? I don't think it's

Re: [Flightgear-devel] New Architecture for Flightgear

2007-05-13 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Harald JOHNSEN schreef: Martin Spott wrote: Hi Jim, Jim Campbell wrote: Some discussions have already taken place on JSBsim devel mailing list regards communication between modules of flightgear. Indeed, the idea of cutting FlightGear into modules is not a new

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Need help- Requests to aerospace industries

2007-06-13 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Heiko Schulz schreef: I did know JavaFoil but it seemed to me that is only based on NACA airfoils. Nethertheless a good chance to get the airfoil. You've got a good chance that the helicopter blade foil is actually a NACA series airfoil. For helicopters the NACA 00xx series is common

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Planned Script for Part 3 of Movie

2007-09-13 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Attempt #2, seems my postmaster alias on my server was a little b0rked. Onderwerp: Re: [Flightgear-devel] Planned Script for Part 3 of Movie Van: Robin van Steenbergen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Datum: Thu, 13 Sep 2007 17:40:31

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Models formats and FlightGear

2007-09-14 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
gh.robin schreef: Hello, In spite of an existing documentation Model-HowTo, wish is accurate, wouldn't it be useful, to tell here, which mains 3D objects format can be read by FlightGear, and how the models can be made from several 3D objects format ? Before the implementation of

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Serious simmer

2007-09-20 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Ampere K. Hardraade schreef: I have seen far more serious simmers. :P Ampere That basically translates as: We really want some pictures of that! All of that guy's sim is MSFS-based with third party add-on instruments, and all of the monitors on his desk are run from a single PC. If FG is

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Serious simmer

2007-09-21 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
AJ MacLeod schreef: Your original issue was, I think, a desire to have different parts of the FG 3d environment (including instruments) displayed on different screens, on a PC with multiple graphics cards and monitors. As far as I can see, it's already possible, with no extra coding, even

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Serious simmer

2007-09-22 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Maik Justus schreef: Hi Ron, Robin van Steenbergen schrieb am 22.09.2007 02:14: No, my original issue was to make external instrumentation possible over the network, not on a single PC with 6 monitors on it. I think this is already possible within flightgear now. The only missing

Re: [Flightgear-devel] For Robin van Steenbergen

2007-09-22 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Robert Black schreef: On Saturday 22 September 2007 17:23, Forums Virgin Net wrote: Dear Robin, I wonder, can you advise me where I can get hold of some music for my movies that is none copyright? I am specifically looking for Aircraft themes such as Top Gun as example,

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Thanks Robert Black and Robin van Steenbergen - plus extra notes on concorde problems for author

2007-09-24 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Forums Virgin Net schreef: Dear Robin Simstick, Et all Thanks for those tips about the music backing I have emailed Justin R. Durban from Edgen Productions, just waiting a reply now. --- 3

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Concorde un-usable for me

2007-09-24 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Frederic Bouvier schreef: You should try to limit your frame rate to a reasonable value, either by configuring the Sync to Vblank feature of your graphic driver, or by enabling the frame rate throttle inside FG ( --prop:/sim/frame-rate-throttle-hz=75 for example ) -Fred When doing

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Glass cockpit and external gauges.

2007-10-02 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Those TC-10's look pretty interesting as free-standing display units. The displays on the Pilatus look like either Garmin G-1000 (with custom options) or Honeywell Primus EPIC displays, the G1000 displays are exactly 10 diagonal. You might have to fiddle a bit with the Line Select Keys along

Re: [Flightgear-devel] 737-300

2007-12-06 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Heiko Schulz schreef: Hi, Still working on the 3D-cockpit but a first release I can give this week! HHS Screenshots? Will that be an actual -300 cockpit (with EFIS and separate engine gauges) instead of the current 'NG-like' cockpit gauges? I do think there aren't enough decent airliners

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Multiple channel autopilot controllers

2008-02-12 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
LeeE wrote: This is just for info and probably mainly directed at Roy Vegard Ovesen but it might also interest other people interested in setting up autopilot systems. As I've mentioned previously, I've had some problems tuning PID controllers, specifically controllers that maintain a

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Problems generating scenery for Australia

2009-04-04 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Have you tried inverting the Y-axis? ;-) (Sorry, in the light of the recent prank pulled by YouTube, I couldn't resist.) Jason Cox wrote: Hi all, I am having a problem generating scenery with srtm2 data for Australia the problem is that I can hgtchop the files up ok, but when generating

Re: [Flightgear-devel] [RFC] Dynamic plug-in interface for I/O modules

2009-06-28 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Melchior FRANZ wrote: I'm (still) against binary runtime modules for FlightGear. I'm more curious as to whether we need them. The entire guts of FlightGear are available to almost anyone via external communications (e.g. sockets) and Nasal. Why not write a communications script or Nasal

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FSWeekend: Lelystad, November 7, and 8, 2008

2009-08-31 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
And don't forget T-DOSE in Eindhoven, October 3-4th! http://www.t-dose.org I'll be at the FSW like pretty much every year. Still have to figure out which stand I'll participate with. Gijs de Rooy wrote: Hi Durk, First, and foremost, however, I would like to sent of a call for

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Primus1000 / M877

2010-03-18 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
On 3/18/2010 9:55 AM, James Turner wrote: Replying to some specifics, I'll let Syd comment in general since he's the Primus author, and has seem more documentation than me by far. I've done some work on developing a Primus simulation package, albeit a standalone one for use with

[Flightgear-devel] Fwd: Re: Announcing: FSWeekend 2010

2010-10-29 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
I need a carpool from Eindhoven (or somewhere halfway, like Utrecht) because train and bus schedules to Lelystad are somewhat impractical. The bus to the airport has an hourly or 2-hourly service IIRC, and taking the train and bus takes me over 3 hours to get there (where it would only take me

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Announcing: FSWeekend 2010

2010-10-29 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
I need a carpool from Eindhoven (or somewhere halfway, like Utrecht) because train and bus schedules to Lelystad are somewhat impractical. The bus to the airport has an hourly or 2-hourly service IIRC, and taking the train and bus takes me over 3 hours to get there (where it would only take me

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Announcing: FSWeekend 2010

2010-10-29 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
I need a carpool from Eindhoven (or somewhere halfway, like Utrecht) because train and bus schedules to Lelystad are somewhat impractical. The bus to the airport has an hourly or 2-hourly service IIRC, and taking the train and bus takes me over 3 hours to get there (where it would only take

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FSWeekend2010

2010-11-08 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Op 7-11-2010 21:14, Durk Talsma schreef - Gijs and Jorg trying to outperform each other in terms of their helicopter flying skills (trying to land it on a chimney, once they found the helipad to easy). Were the choppers loaded with presents and were they wearing red robes and a funny hat,

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FlightProSim advert on FaceBook

2010-11-11 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
I am not sure whether the content *generated* by a GPL-licensed program (such as FlightGear generating screenshots) would have to be licensed under the GPL as well. To be honest, I doubt it, because a lot of GPL-licensed tools are used to generate copyrighted content, even including

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Willfully violating Google Terms of Use

2012-03-12 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
There is a big difference between republishing a printed work and using it for a derivative, such as deducting measurements from a (paper) map to make a computer model of the streets or buildings which are also represented on the map. First off, in the case of a direct republish, the map's

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Willfully violating Google Terms of Use

2012-03-12 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Op 12-3-2012 14:33, Martin Spott schreef: Robin van Steenbergen wrote: In case of a building or airport modeled off a map, how is the original map-maker going to recognize that the runway (12000ft long) was actually derived from *his* map? I'd like to emphasize that willfully violating

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Willfully violating Google Terms of Use

2012-03-12 Thread Robin van Steenbergen
Op 12-3-2012 15:26, Martin Spott schreef: That's an interesting case and we probably had a similar one recently in Germany. Did they try to sue anyone who *published* these photographs (on their private Picasa/Flickr/Panoramio or other albums) or just those who *sold* photographs ? Cheers,