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eDimensional Announces FS2004 Native Support For trackIR

Last updated Fri, 30 Dec 2011 13:46:10 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 09 Aug 2003 00:17:41 GMT

eDimensional has announced full FS2004 support with the latest version of the software for use with their trackIR point of view controller. With Microsoft integrating trackIR enhanced support right into the sim, the immersiveness of Flight Simulator is brought to a whole new level. For full details, click on Read More.

eDimensional Announces Microsoft 2004: Cof Native Support For trackIR

 Alexandria, VA (August, 2003)-- eDimensional, Inc., the leading provider of consumer virtual reality products and accessories including the critically acclaimed E-DTM Glasses for the PC is pleased to announce that the trackIR will offer full compatibility with Microsoft's upcoming Fight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight. The new trackIR software, version 2.11, will be made available before FS2004's release in North American stores on July 29th and come in all new purchases. The trackIR allows users to control POV movement by the direction they look, creating a truly realistic flying experience while allowing the user's hands to remain at the controls, where they should be. The new software also dramatically increases the accuracy and smoothness of the device. "With Microsoft integrating new trackIR Enhanced support directly into the game, the immersiveness of FS2004's is brought to a whole new level" says Jim Richardson, creator of the trackIR. Combined with the E-D 3-D glasses, the flight sim enthusiast can now experience the most realistic simulation possible.

"We are pleased that Microsoft recognized the compelling value of the trackIR in providing the most natural and realistic POV control for the most realistic flight simulator, FS2004 COF," says eDimensional executive Michael Epstein. The trackIR is the perfect enhancement for gamers and simmers looking for a competitive edge and an enhanced virtual reality experience. The trackIR offers complete view control with small but natural head movements, letting users look around without taking their eyes of the screen. The trackIR follows head movements using the same type of infrared technology utilized by military pilots. The E-D Glasses provide the most realistic three-dimensional cockpit views that allow true height, speed, and depth visualization. Special package pricing on the trackIR and E-D glasses is available on the eDimensional website,

For more information on the trackIRT, visit, or call 1-866-862-8933 (Europe 0871 711 5245).


About eDimensional, Inc.:

eDimensional, Inc. is a Virginia based technology company with offices in both the United States and United Kingdom whose mission is to provide the latest in virtual reality technologies to all consumers at a very affordable price. The company has been featured at various trade-shows, on television, in magazines, on Internet web sites and more with tens of thousands of customers worldwide. The patented E-DTM software and hardware provides 3-D glasses users with the most comprehensive features and compatible products on the market. Additional information can be obtained by visiting the company's Web site at or the contacting company sales department, at

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