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Out of the VR Lab: Mitsubishi MU-2B Marquise

Nearly everything that is moveable in this aircraft has been customized and tuned with VR controllers in mind.  Yoke, Trims, Throttle, Condition Levers, Switches, Knobs, and Hotspots at every seat.

Highlights of things tweaked to work in VR are:

-Condition Levers tuned with haptic detents at every stop-pit
-Throttle with detents you can feel at the transition from flight idle
-Flaps with every detent added to the haptic vibrational feedback
-All knobs tuned
-All switches tuned with respect to functionality, i.e. holding the switch down and on release, it springs back to centre.
-Speed Brake with haptic detents
-Reverse throttle perfectly tuned
-Center throttle and condition manipulators added to control both levers at once
-Elevator trim tuned for accurate speed
-HDG dial
-CRS dial
-Altimeter baro pressure knobs
-Altitude Selector knob
-VR Yoke added and tuned
-Custom teleport hotspots, including one at the cabin door and in a wing window passenger seat.

Things that still don't work correctly:

*The yoke has some hydraulic smoothing coded into the roll.  It's not noticeable if you are flying her easy and correctly, but it can only be rolled so fast.  It's not a bug, but it's a noticeable thing and is a bit different than the other SimVRlabs aircraft.  You definitely feel just a tad disconnected from fast and small corrections with regard to roll - pitch feels perfect.

Edited by Joe_K
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