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Professional and educational FlightGear users

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Universities: Arizona State University
* A team of '''Northeastern University''' (Boston, USA) engineering students has developed a system that allows a pilot to fly a simulated airplane in FlightGear, using nothing more than his or her brainwaves.<ref>[http://www.northeastern.edu/news/stories/2011/05/braincontrol.html A brainy innovation takes flight]</ref>
* The '''Aeronautical Engineering University''' of Argentina uses FlightGear to display the outside view of their simulator. Pictures can be seen at http://gsdv.com.ar/fotos/20110528/index.html.
* '''Arizona State University''' (USA) used a combination of engineering programmas (among which FlightGear) in its aerospace engineering program. The faculty shifted how they were teaching to put less focus on theory and more emphasis on simulation and visualization through the immediate use of engineering software. Students used those programms within [[MATLAB]].<ref>http://campustechnology.com/Articles/2011/08/23/Arizona-State-Tries-Practice-over-Theory-in-Engineering-Education.aspx</ref>
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