As much as I was impressed with the quality of Thrustmasters Hotas Warthog stick and throttle, they didn't feel like real flight controls. So an improvement was due!
Scorpio posted on 03.4.2020 at 12:20
Having had the pleasure of flying your sim, I can only underline how realistic the sensation is - you think it and it's done, no translation necessary. You did a great job on the controls and watching your work on it continues to amaze me.Thanks for sharing!
kenneth ayers posted on 20.2.2020 at 22:02
can you please go into more detail about how you made the electronics work. i am trying to build my own but have not come up with a suitable solution. thank you
Hi kenneth, I did not modify the electronics at all. Just original warthog parts. If you mean the hall sensor for the stick, then look inside your warthog stick casing and build a mechanism that moves the magnet over the sensor in exactly the same way and distance. You can see the way I did this in the video and on the pictures. If you meant something else, or need further help - contact me!
Regic112 posted on 15.3.2019 at 23:05
Hey there Bergison!
I recently discovered you and your awesome creations, I know you said you aren't looking to divulge your secrets regarding the G/Motion-seat you've made since you are looking for a production company. I was wondering if you would be willing to give out schematics for your stick system? It's incredible and I can probably figure out how to reverse engineer it from your pictures, but I figured I could ask for schematics to make it a bit easier lol
Hi Regic112 and sorry for the late reply! I just saw your post here (there must have been something wrong with the email notification for new posts...).
I am afraid I have no decent plans or blueprints of the stick to share with you because I developed it while building it. As I said in the video, it was more of a trial and error, try this and that approach, rather than following a straight design.
If I can be of any help with your own build, let me know. And share some pictures please!