Welcome to the AccuRC RC Flight Simulator blog. Our blog is a way for us to keep you up to date on what we're working on within AccuRC in an informal manner. Please check back often for more updates and information.
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AccuRC 1.6 Beta Configurable Blades - 12th July 2015
Jonas Wackershauser demonstrating one of the new features in AccuRC 1.6 Beta.
Kyle Stacy - Freestyle - 13th June 2015
Kyle doing a demo flight using the stock Rave nitro on 'extreme' flybarless settings.
Kyle Stacy - Flight to music - 26th May 2015
Kyle Stacy's flight from RotorLive using AccuRC 1.5
How to install AccuRC 1.5 - 17th April 2015
We've created a video detailing the AccuRC Installation process which is used when installing AccuRC for the first time.
How to Patch AccuRC 1.4 to AccuRC 1.5 - 17th April 2015
We've created a video detailing the AccuRC Patching process which is used when updating older versions of AccuRC.
AccuRC Fixed Wing Tutorials - 16th April 2015
We've created some tutorials to help your transition into AccuRC 1.5 and fixed wing.
AccuRC 1.5 Promo - 16th April 2015
The release of AccuRC 1.5 is drawing in close, check out the promo for more!
Low Specfication Laptop Demonstration - 28th February 2015
For those interested the Laptop used in this video is an Acer Gemstone 5920G.
We ran AccuRC at full quality settings for this video which you can see from the shadows on the rotordisk in flight and also the full reflections in workbench.
Heli Pilot Review - 17th February 2015
New Wallpaper - AT-6 Texan - 13th February 2015
Welcome to the AccuRC Blog - 12th February 2015
We've created this blog to keep you updated in an informal manner on what is happening in AccuRC.
Come back soon for more information.
New Wallpaper - Spitfire - 10th February 2015
Back from Nuremberg - 5th February 2015
Got back from Nuremberg, met lots of lovely people, lots of interest in the new fixed wing models we had on display and some rather amazed people in terms of how real it feels to fly.
As always the difference between real aerodynamic airflow calculations over simpler 2nd generation physics modelling is very noticeable.