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XPLANE is an American company who consults with other businesses to improve their communications, both internal and external. XPLANE uses visual thinking, information design, and metaphorical illustration to effectively communicate complicated business issues. Picture Thinking or Visual Thinking is the phenomenon of thinking through visual processing, what most people would think with linguistic or verbal processing. ... Information design is the design of information graphics, and more generally the design of visual displays of data. ...


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XPlane is actually developed on the Mac and has FAA certification to be used at flight school for actual real life training.
XPlane is probably the oldest flight simulator available on the Mac and got FAA certification a couple years ago.
Concerning the FAA certification: the special hardware does not change the software: to be "used at a flight school" means that XPlane can be the sw to drive the cockpit simulator available at best flight schools, and it is just a statement on the quality of the plane simulated performances under various simulated conditions.
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