Flight Sim turns you iPhone or iPod into a wireless joystick for Google Earth Flight Simulator."Modeled after" F16 ICP, with flight stick thumb board providing HUD On/Off, Thrust +/-, Flaps +/-, Nose Trim +/-, Gear Up/Down, Rudder Left/Right/Zero, Pause, Escape, Reset, Start and Mouse Click (Eject Pull.)Flight Sim Requires: a Macintosh Computer (10.5.8) with open (unfirewalled port :8080) and iPhone or iPod (3.0) connected to the same Wireless LAN. The Computer requires a working broadband Internet Connection. 1. Install Google Earth on your Mac: http://google.com/earth and verify correct operation.2. Download, Install, Launch KeyMaster Mac 2 on your Mac. http://mauimedialab.com/keymaster3. Now, Launch Flight Sim on your iPhone or iPod and open the Info Settings Panel and enter the Computer Name and Pass Code displayed in the KeyMaster Mac Window into the Info Settings Panel on your iPhone or iPod.Happy Flying!Normal Operation: Flight Sim will automatically connect to your computer, launch Google Earth, and start the flight simulator. Google Earth will automatically quit when Flight Sim is closed on your iPhone or iPod.Flight Sim will automatically Quit if it is unable to connect to your wireless local area network. Verify proper WIFI operation. Try again.Flight Sim also works with Google Moon and Google Mars. Just Set up Google Earth first, then launch Flight Sim on your iPhone or iPod.KeyMaster Mac may be installed as an automatic login item to launch on login every time.Related Applications: KeyMaster F1, KeyMaster 10
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