VR Flight Simulator Development and more

Summary of my bookmarked videos and Github repositories from May 15th, 2023


  • Tutorial Rubber Band Magic 🎩🤣#shorts

    Prepare to be amazed and entertained as magician John showcases his incredible rubber band magic in this hilarious tutorial. With jaw-dropping tricks involving finger passes and teleportation, John's mastery of sleight of hand and comedic timing is evident. Whether you're a magic enthusiast or simply seeking some laughter, this short video is sure to leave you in awe.

  • Tutorial Best Rubber Band Magic 🎩🤣

    This tutorial showcases some of the most impressive rubber band magic tricks that will leave you amazed and entertained. The video demonstrates various illusions and sleight of hand techniques using rubber bands, including impossible penetrations, mind-bending transformations, and mind-reading effects. With clear explanations and step-by-step instructions, this tutorial is perfect for anyone interested in learning and performing mind-blowing magic tricks with rubber bands. Prepare to amaze your friends and family with these mesmerizing illusions!

  • Tutorial Best Rubber Band Magic 🎩🤣 #shorts

    This entertaining and brief tutorial showcases impressive rubber band magic tricks. With a touch of humor, the video demonstrates various tricks and illusions that can be performed using rubber bands. From vanishing acts to mind-boggling transformations, the tutorial offers a glimpse into the fascinating world of rubber band magic. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned magician, this video is sure to inspire you to try your hand at these mesmerizing tricks. Get ready to astonish your friends with the power of rubber bands and a sprinkle of laughter!

Github repositories

  • marsiitr/VR-Flight-Simulator

    VR Flight Simulator is a project developed by a team for Srishti 2019. It aims to provide a realistic plane experience through a virtual reality simulation. The project utilizes various sensors, including an ultrasonic sensor, bump sensor, potentiometer sensor, and gyroscope sensor (esp8266), along with an esp9250 module to create a joystick and throttle handle. The joystick and throttle control the plane's motion in the game. The team developed a PC game with a plane and objects to shoot. The project's cost structure amounts to 1240 INR. Potential applications include pilot training and a commercial game. Limitations include a noticeable delay in joystick rotation and durability issues. Future improvements may focus on reducing delays, optimizing graphics, adding environmental features, and enhancing software functionalities. The team members involved in the project are Allu Vamsi Vishal, Himanshu Akodiya, Nikhil Choudhary, and Shashwat Vangani, with mentors Dhruv Sehgal and Gautam Jha. References for further information on ESP8266, HCSR04 Ultrasonic Sensor, potentiometer usage, bump sensor programming, MPU-9250 gyroscope, SolidWorks, and Unity tutorials are provided.