FlyRealHUDs Plug-in Turns X-Plane Into a HUD Sim

AINalerts » November 27, 2012
The FlyRealHUDs (FRH) plugin replicates the symbology and flight dynamics of real HUDs and comes in business jet and airliner configurations.
November 27, 2012, 3:08 PM

FlyRealHUDs.com has developed an inexpensive HUD simulator plug-in that runs on the X-Plane flight simulator program. The FlyRealHUDs (FRH) plugin replicates the symbology and flight dynamics of real HUDs and comes in business jet and airliner configurations.

The FRH HUD simulator costs $59.95 for each version and runs in the PC and Macintosh versions of X-Plane 9 or 10. It is a real HUD trainer that accurately replicates the flight-path vector, flight-director cue, acceleration tape and cue, angle-of-attack, EVS mode, glideslope and localizer indicators, conformal runway markings, rollout guidance, runway remaining and so on. The company’s HUD simulator is a useful tool and should be helpful for pilots who are learning about head-up displays for the first time and want to get the most out of their full-motion simulator training time.

Flight departments with HUD-equipped airplanes might also find the FRH HUD helpful to practice approaches into unfamiliar airports, or to game-plan unusual conditions such as high crosswinds, weather at minimums or just to maintain HUD proficiency.

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