Matthew Sheil spent less than $200,000 and 10-years building an amazing Boeing 747-400 flight simulator in a warehouse. With “5 different software programs running on 14 different computers, the simulator allows Sheil to fly to and from 27,000 different airports around the world with breathtaking realism.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

In Sheil’s simulator, computer screens replace the windows and if he is flying in the virtual world behind a person in Melbourne, and they are using a Qantas 767, “we actually see a Qantas 767 out the window – the software puts it in there for us – and he sees us”.

[via GizmodoSMHM]

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