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Pilot Camera Wobbling Test-- A6M Zero

132k QingyuZhou  5 months ago
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Auto Credit Based on QingyuZhou's A6M Zero

Probably a brand-new concept of wobbling camera view, which adds more fun to flying/offroading in the game. I might also use this technique on my upcoming projects.

Try fly it using Camera view 1.
Also you can decrease damper of the spring connecting the camera if you wish, in order to make it wobble more.

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor A6M Zero
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 39.2ft (12.0m)
  • Length 29.3ft (8.9m)
  • Height 12.2ft (3.7m)
  • Empty Weight 4,077lbs (1,849kg)
  • Loaded Weight 5,249lbs (2,381kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.952
  • Wing Loading 11.8lbs/ft2 (57.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 444.7ft2 (41.3m2)
  • Drag Points 5066

Parts

  • Number of Parts 162
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    3,553 AchuTMM

    How did you disable the cross hair for the gun

    4 months ago
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    2,656 shipster

    Uh, this isn't "brand new", @Weaverfish made many planes with this technology.

    4 months ago
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    Mortal! The rotator on my 76mm Mk77 build does that by default! Hahahahahahahahahaha—begins crying because I don’t know how to fix it. I can’t aim properly. H E L P

    5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    Ohh yes there are three springs connecting the camera/cockpit from 3 sides. @jamesPLANESii

    5 months ago
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    Othawne has a trophy truck with a very wobbly camera here. You can check that out and see how he does it.

    5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    Not sure how to do that lol, do you have any ideas? @jamesPLANESii

    5 months ago
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    BTW nice concept

    5 months ago
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    You should add x and z axis wobble too.

    5 months ago
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    1,067 SaturnV

    @QingyuZhou Okay :)
    Will give credit cause it is your idea! :D

    5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    Sure! Its actually very simple if you build on computer. Put the camera on the spring and increase weight of the camera would work @SaturnV

    5 months ago
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    1,067 SaturnV

    @QingyuZhou Hey there! :)
    I want to request if by any chance the little head shake mechanism could be used on my biplane that's going to be released soon? I am wondering if I could get permission from you to put the wobble camera onto my Biplane? Thanks! Credit is given to you when posted if I can use the mechanism, thanks!

    5 months ago
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    5,120 WarHawk95

    @QingyuZhou are you french ?

    5 months ago
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    167 Kaos

    Dizzying

    5 months ago
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    @QingyuZhou Can't it have roll head tilt? Maybe next time!

    5 months ago
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    3,955 yoshicraze

    @QingyuZhou nope, hated that game hahahaha

    5 months ago
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    85.5k RailfanEthan

    @QingyuZhou I used shocks at 10% strength

    5 months ago
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    31.6k AdlerSteiner

    @aircraftarsenal123 is dat blacc magik

    5 months ago
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    5,156 Roswell

    This Works really well

    5 months ago
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    If you keep pitching down, you’ll have an out of body experience where your eyes go outside the cockpit xD

    +1 5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    You must love Plants vs Zombies don't you @yoshicraze

    5 months ago
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    15.2k ThePrototype

    Didn't weaverfish do something similar to this but with hinges?

    +2 5 months ago
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    3,955 yoshicraze

    wobble wobble baby wobble wobble

    5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    @CRJ900Pilot Thanks, and I will use this technique on my upcoming planes/cars

    5 months ago
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    24.5k CRJ900Pilot

    Cool!

    5 months ago
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    132k QingyuZhou

    @RailfanEthan why would it break? What did you put for the mass scale of the camera

    5 months ago
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