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The '''dragon''' was inspired a personal project, and it demonstrates the diverse capabilities of FlightGear in terms of aircraft (or flying things). It sports [[ALS technical notes#The exhaust flame effect|ALS flames]] to simulate the breathing of fire.  Below is a video of the dragon in flight:
 
The '''dragon''' was inspired a personal project, and it demonstrates the diverse capabilities of FlightGear in terms of aircraft (or flying things). It sports [[ALS technical notes#The exhaust flame effect|ALS flames]] to simulate the breathing of fire.  Below is a video of the dragon in flight:
 
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== Keyboard controls ==
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{|
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|{{Key press|w}}
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|Retract wings for fast diving
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|{{Key press|f}}
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|Breathe fire (only visible in external view)
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|}
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* [http://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=27814 Forum thread]
 
* [http://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=27814 Forum thread]
 
* {{Wikipedia|Dragon}}
 
* {{Wikipedia|Dragon}}

Revision as of 18:56, 4 March 2016

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Dragon
The dragon near Lillooet
The dragon near Lillooet
Type Mythical creature
Author(s) Erik Hofman
FDM /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim, /JSBSim
--aircraft= Pterosaur
Status Unknown
Development
 Repository The development repository of the Dragon.

The dragon was inspired a personal project, and it demonstrates the diverse capabilities of FlightGear in terms of aircraft (or flying things). It sports ALS flames to simulate the breathing of fire. Below is a video of the dragon in flight:

Keyboard controls

w Retract wings for fast diving
f Breathe fire (only visible in external view)

External links