Recently we have released four interesting widgets. They simulate artificial horizons from different airplanes.
The first one, Warthog Horizon, is a copy of small auxiliary indicator of A-10C "Warthog" multifunctional displays. It does not show angles accurate but can help a pilot to understand plane's attitude without shifting his gaze from targeting pod to main artificial horizon.
The second one is a simplified copy of a main attitude indicator of US NAVY tactical fighter F/A-18C Hornet.
F-15E Strike Eagle artificial horizon is more advanced version than Hornet has.Strike Eagle has coloured displays and the instrument uses this advantage of fighter's hardware. The third our widget is a copy of this instrument.
And the fourth one is stylized on the Second World War indicator. P-39 Airacobra, P-40 Kitty Hawk and many other famous american airplanes were equipped by this instrument. As a prototype the widget has limits on 90 degrees of roll.
This widget is free of charge and price of others is less than one dollar per widget.