I'm surprised the Wright Brothers ever got off the ground. No CAD system. No FEA software. No glass cockpit. No flight planning apps. No voice call-outs. No carbon fiber layups.Neat toy. Does it work better than a Mk 1 eyeball?
I don't see a need for such on a day VFR light sport aircraft. Perhaps someone flying at night or IFR but I'm under the impression that all landings are visual in the small planes most of us fly.Neat toy. Does it work better than a Mk 1 eyeball?
What happened to "fly the plane"? If your eyes are not focused on your "target" when on final approach, you've already got problems! By that point, everything should have already been set up in the cockpit so there is no need to look elsewhere than over the nose.I like the idea - it gives input through a different channel to the eyes at times when the eyes might be dealing with another problem.