The koolist work station on (off) Earth in 2011

Aloha guys,

Do check the ceiling as well.
(looks like a four rack space hole in the console).

And in ten years we will all be able to afford one.

http://360vr.com/2011/06/22-discovery-flight-deck-opf_6236/index.html


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Do you think they read the manual :laughing:

i like the way the whole space shuttle is controlled by one dell laptop ,i wonder if they have c5 installed just incase they get bored and i think i noticed a din lead pluged in instead of midi and where’s the transport bar ??? !
I take it they have decommissioned the shuttle because steinberg aren’t making drivers for the houston controller any more :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :laughing: :laughing:

Damn, it looks so primitive to me. Really does. May well have been NASA’s thinking on this. Needs a quantum leap or something this space travel. It shouldn’t be the prohibitive cost that it is and should be a hell of a lot safer than having some Atari joystick in the middle of the thing.

Great piccies though, I love that 360 degree stuff :sunglasses:

haha … guess what the first thing that came to mind was???
I was half expecting Leslie Nielsen in the c0ckpit saying “… and don’t call me Shirley” :astonished:

I shouldn’t drop the medication just yet, eh? :laughing:


Leslie would have loved this forum software that won’t allow us to type c o c k p i t :unamused: :mrgreen:

Why are there no cup holders?

:wink:

They have a strict 4 hour “bottle to throttle” rule.
:smiley:
J.L.