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A Virtual Tour of the Lightning F53 Cockpit

In October last year the Museum opened an interactive exhibition enabling visitors to take a virtual tour around the three Canberra B2 cockpits. The Museum has now opened a similar exhibition in the Meryl Hansed Memorial Hall that enables visitors to navigate around the Lightning F53 cockpit without entering the aircraft. The visitor, by using a mouse, is able to zoom onto cockpit instruments which, when selected, are automatically labelled on the exhibition’s monitor screen. The exhibition’s software was produced by photographer Harald Joergens.

Click HERE for more information on Harald Joergens Photography

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