Dehmel Flight Simulator, 1
Curtiss-Wright Dehmel Flight Simulator with Instructor's chair and controls.
The Curtiss-Wright Dehmel flight simulator, introduced in 1951, was the first electronic flight simulator. The machine was built in Carlstadt, NJ. It was used by Eastern Air Lines. It can be seen at the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum, New Jersey.
The North American Museum of Flight Simulation, invites people of all ages and from all regions to explore the wonders of flight simulation. It will do this by collecting and displaying working and static Flight Simulators and their history, showing the significance—scientific and technical, as well as economic, that simulators have contributed to the North America and the worlds aviation industry.
North American Museum of Flight Simulation, beta website
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