These days, "lightweight" and "compact" aren't adjectives commonly used to describe Dreamflyer," which is being marketed as a relatively uncomplicated system--a characteristic that certainly bucks ., especially if you're shopping for one at FAO Schwarz with a budget in the neighborhood of . But those are ostensibly among the selling points for the "
The simulator is supposedly more sensitive to player controls than other systems, responding to "pilot-induced roll and pitch oscillation" captured by sensors under the chair and displayed on the screen, according to Pocket-Lint. There's one aspect of the Dreamflyer, however, that's decidedly not lightweight: the cost.
The system, which is advertised as bearing "a price the armchair pilot can afford," reportedly goes for about $3,000. We had no idea that armchair pilots lived so high on the hog.