Wednesday, February 24, 2016

GEFS Flight Simulator Online

GEFS is a totally free, online flight simulator based upon worldwide aerial images. Whether or not you're an authorized pilot training VFR, an aviators fanatic or simply hunting for some fun flying a good aircraft within fabulous sceneries, you will have fun with GEFS immediately, straight from your online internet browser.






    developed on CesiumJS: globally photo-realistic landscapes
    WebGL renderer: not any plugin, functions everywhere (Windows, Mac, Linux, Mobile)
    simulate fixed wing airplanes, heli-copter, paraglider and also heated air balloon
    works with joystick control
    realistic airline flight design (lifting-line theory)
    live weather conditions, dynamic wind lift
    multiplayer: take flight and talk with other aviators around the world
    more than 30,000 runways along with worldwide airspace map

GEFS Specifications:
To use this flight simulator, you will require a WebGL compatible internet browser.
For audio to become enabled, the Flash player has to be installed too, however, you should have already got it.
Lastly, if you would like play by using a joystick, you will require a GamePad API compliant browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.).

Ways to handle the GEFS flight simulator
Selection bar
The selection bar, in the bottom on the game display screen, is an essential way for you to connect to the flight simulator:

    The 1st 3 yellow button are used to select your airplane, position and camera setting.
    The "options" button starts the settings window: apply it to get your pilot call-sign, set up controls, weather selections, etc.
    The "pause", "mute" and "reset" buttons correspondingly stop the game, silence the sound or reset your airline flight towards the final state.
    The "talk" button displays an input field to type a conversation message.
Computer keyboard:
Configurable:

    Arrows up & down: tilt the airplanes
    Arrow left & right: roll the airplanes (combined with yaw automatically but could be tweaked)
    <Enter> to re-center computer keyboard control input
    < & >: steer the airplanes (Yaw) (only efficient while roll/yaw blending is disabled)
    + & - (or PgUp & PgDn): Maximize or minimize accelerator
    [: reduced the flaps 1 stage (when available)
    ]: elevate flaps 1 step (when available)
    Home/End: increase/decrease elevator trim
    <Delete>: Reset elevator trim
    G: increase or decrease the landing gear (when available)
    B: extend/retract air-brakes (when available)
    E: start/stop engine
    <Space bar>: brakes
    <;>: Engage/Disengage parking brake system
    You may calibrate the keyboard level of sensitivity in the "option" panel.

Fixed:

    0 to 9: Immediately set throttle by 10% steps
    A: Toggle autopilot
    C: cycle camera function
    N: open up routing panel (map)
    O: start option screen
    <Tab>: take flight to camera position (in free camera mode)
    P: Stop the simulation
    S: mute/un-mute audio
    K: set adjustments mode to "Keyboard"
    M: set adjustments mode to "Mouse"
    J: set adjustments mode to "Joystick"
    T: to begin writing a chat message
    H: to hide/show the HUD (indicators)

Computer mouse button:

    Mouse will act as a Joystick
    push/pull for tilt
    left/right for rotate (combined with yaw by default but could be set up)
    You may set up the mouse (level of sensitivity, exponential) in the "option" panel.
    All the other keyboard settings (aside from arrows) are identical

Joystick:
Note: see how to enable the joystick.

    Joystick axis and key are by placed automatically
    If accessible, yaw is placed on twist axis
    You may reconfigure every single axis and control keys in the joystick in the "option" panel.
    All other keyboard controls are the same.