Is there a way to turn off that automatic headroll that happens when you roll your plane to the side? This must be a new thing for 33, never noticed it before. I find it extremely annoying and a bit disorienting since I’m used to moving my head myself with TrackIR. Not to mention the 9g turns, the poor guy is going to break his neck!
Check the VIEW CONTROL page in the BMS Manual p45 (it’s in your \Falcon BMS 4.33 U1\Docs\Falcon BMS Manuals folder).
Dynamic Head Sensitivity Slider
Various flavours of Falcon have had ‘dynamic head positioning’ to simulate the pilot’s head and body
reacting to the forces of flight. In previous versions this was ‘hacked in’ and simulated. BMS’ dynamic
head now reacts to the real forces acting on the aircraft which are then are taken into account by the
algorithms designed to better simulate the pilot’s head and body reacting to those forces. This effect
also works with TrackIR users and should not overly ‘get in the way’. BMS also features buffeting
effects with increased AOA that give a real sense of vibration on the airframe. The dynamic head effect
can be either turned off or adjusted via a slider in the UI to give the pilot the choice of how much effect
he wants to see. The buffeting effect is always present with the AFM Flight Model and cannot be
Full left = off; Middle = normal effect; Full right = effect is doubled.
D’oh! I always miss the simple things. Thanks!