July 8th, 2015, 08:22
The image on the screen isn't really that good a representation if it's anything like the freely available plug-in. Certainly in the aircraft I've flown with it you get more or less the same field of view as with a single wide-screen monitor on a 0.3 zoom setting, ie the minimum you can set in cockpit to see as much as possible. I also found you can see out the bottom enough to double check key presses, although that varies by how you fit the googles.
I definitely think it's more natural than the trackir options where you move your head one way and your eyes the other so you can still see the screen. But that may be because I was taught to see by moving my head not my eyes and really don't get on with trackir.