The next DACS general meeting on March 6th will explore the exciting world of flight simulators. Have questions or would like to learn tips and tricks about your favorite flight simulators? Greg Gott, the speaker at the March, 2001 General Meeting will have the answers.
Greg will be demonstrating, talking about, and replying to questions regarding flight simulators for PCs, specifically Microsofts Flight Simulator 2000 and Laminar Researchs X-Plane. Greg contributes articles to www.pcpilot.net, a magazine, and to the web site www.simflight.com, both dedicated to flight simulators. He also freelances articles to http://www.tecpilot.com, another flight simulator web site.
Greg says that his specialty is PC hardware, he is also known by some gamers as the "Hardware Eagle." He will describe how a certain CPU or graphics card performs and behaves in specific flight simulators environments. Greg adds that he usually obtains the required hardware, tests it, sees how it reacts with a particular flight simulator, and then writes reviews about it. Greg mentions that he will have door prizes to be given away, mostly software, but that "CH Products has promised a game controller (Flight Yoke)."
This presentation by Greg promises to be very exciting to all members and especially to gamers. Both novices and experts will grab this opportunity to learn more about the exhilarating environment of flight simulators.
The March 6th General Meeting will take place at Rogers Park Middle School Auditorium, starting at 7 p.m., with a question and answer session, followed by short club announcements. Greg Gotts presentation will begin at 8 pm. For additional information, please check DACS web site http://www.dacs.org, or call DACS Resource Center at 203-748-4330.