It’s a nice video, the beginning of it doesn’t really merit a 360° video, but it’s still cool. There’s alot of 35,000 foot type view information given of the different systems and how they work together on this $400 million aircraft. The meat and potatoes comes towards the end when they simulate the view pilots have while they’re wearing the next-generation helmet which gives them all sorts of advantages in battle. I think you should watch the full video, it’s pretty enlightening and proves how the USAF is at the forefront of design and development military might.
Reddit user ducain23 posted a track in Halo 5 Forge which reminds me an awful lot of TrackMania. The dumb reddit video system doesn’t let me embed videos on other places sadly, so you’ll have to go to reddit itself to view the clip, needless to say, it’s pretty cool. I like the way he’s used the geometry to counteract gravity and keep things from falling apart. I’m not so sure I would be able to drive on this course without falling off. I’m totally more of a gunner, and my game stats will back that up (though they haven’t been refreshed in years sadly).
I can envision a really interesting game mode here with drivers, gunners, and passengers. The passengers are holding a bomb and you gotta drive through moving checkpoints to drop it off. It might work similar to stockpile from Halo Reach. It’s a work in progress but I think it could be tons of fun.
The passage of time move slowly yet surly forward. It cannot be stopped, rewound, or ignored. Sometimes it seems like it’s paused when we go to sleep, but it moves on with or without our knowledge and most of all, without our blessing. In the grand scheme of things, 75 years is not a long time. For many millions of people it’s a lifetime. For many thousands of people, 75 years ago was a turning point in their lives. Today we remember the sacrifice they made to ensure freedom throughout the world.
Take some time out of your busy day to remember what happened 75 years ago. Be thankful that you weren’t required to go through hell and back then, and be thankful that you don’t have to now.