The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington, is set to take aviation enthusiasts on a nostalgic journey back to World War I with the recent unveiling of two Sopwith Camel simulators designed and built by local company one-G Simulation, in collaboration with Cignatec, an education technology company. These simulators are an integral part of the Museum's WWI exhibit, offering visitors an immersive flying experience in the iconic aircraft.
The Sopwith Camel simulators are a testament to the commitment of local companies in preserving aviation history. one-G Simulation and Cignatec, both headquartered in Seattle, have combined their expertise to create an educational and entertaining experience for museum visitors.
"As a longtime resident of Seattle, it has been a pleasure collaborating with the Museum of Flight, successfully bringing the experience of flying a Sopwith Camel into the hands of the general public," said Xylon Saltzman, one-G simulation CEO. "With a unique merge of one-G’s present-day simulation technology paired with traditional craftsmanship techniques, this project pays homage to the bravery of the pilots who flew these legendary aircraft."
The Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, located in Seattle, Washington. With a vast collection of aircraft and artifacts, the museum is a hub for aviation enthusiasts and history buffs alike.