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Immerse yourself!

Multi-projector immersive dispaly software

Fill the motion!

Motion platform software.

Build your own cockpit!

General aviation cockpit instruments

Consultancy and support!

From an idea to realization.


We develop software solutions for:

  • Immersive multi-projector displays
  • Multi degrees of freedom motion platforms design and control
  • General aviation instrument panels



We have 10+ hands on expertise in:

  • Design and create multiple full-motion flight simulators
  • Custom software development for different simulation systems (vision, motion, cockpit instruments, force control, etc.)



We offer consultancy and design services for:

  • Static or full-motion home or professional simulators based on COTS components and software
  • Immersive Projection Systems for 2D and 3D projections

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  • Chris

    "Immersive display Lite 2 is a very user-friendly, cheap and fully functional software alternative, if you want to warp your sim outside visuals. I am completely satisfied with this product."


    "I tried it out yesterday and i am now absolutely satisfied with product and result. So i didn't even need the 30 days of trial. It is a real deal. That's a good way to do business! Absolutely fair pricing and quick reply from Fly Elise-n support. Cockpit builder what do you want more?" 

  • Reinhard

    "I only want to tell you, that after adjustement everthing is working excellent. I needed some time to understand how this software works, but now I only can say: It's great!! Now I have the feeling of a real flight. My wife gets dizzy when she flys with me. Thanks a lot for your intensive help and have a good time"

  • TouchMi

    "We've got our hands on the new version of Immersive Display Desktop from Fly Elise-ng which supports full desktop blending under Windows 7.  I'll say this, it's impressive, and works great.  Only took us a few minutes to get the Windows 7 desktop stretched across 2 projectors and running some full screen directX visualizations." 

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