Get a head start and take advantage of the world’s first 360-degree online immersive flight training for pilots! Save hundreds of dollars and increase the speed of your learning.
Imagine being able to revisit your last flight lesson to refresh your memory, or, how about getting a sneak peak of what will be covered in your next lesson? Now you can do both! You can view all 11 lessons on any device, at any time that suits you.
Currently in post-production, GoFly360 Nav will include the navigation theory in 2D and the in-flight lessons in 360-degree video and be available in late May 2018.
The GoFly360 Nav course will assist pilots with all the requirements for before-flight planning and safe in-flight navigating for cross-country flying.
This online course will save you time and money as well as prepare you for your navigation training and navigation test.
No more whiteboard presentations which put students to sleep! No more repeating yourself! GoFly Ground School is designed especially for Flight Schools, Aviation High Schools and Squadrons for use in their classrooms.
Consisting of 10 pre-flight briefings, GoFly Ground School enables Instructors to catch their breath between lessons while their student views the relevant pre-flight briefing in comfort, using a projector, a laptop, or tablet.
(If students wish to view the remainder of the in-flight lessons, they can purchase their own copy of the GoFly360 Ab Initio lessons).
Currently in post-production, the GoFly Navigation lessons will inlcude just the theory lessons shot in 2D, and be available in late March 2018.
The GoFly Navigation course will assist pilots with all the requirements for before-flight planning.
These online theory videos are designed especially for use in Flight Schools to free up Instructors, save time and money, speed up learning and prepare your students for their navigation tests.
GoFly 360 is a video recording with a unique 360 degree camera that allows a viewer to move his/her headset, tablet or computer mouse to see the recorded image in 360 degrees just as you can when moving your head around in real life.
The preflight briefings on the ground have been recorded in standard format (there was no real benefit in filming the pre-flight briefings in 360VR as all the visual information is directly in front of you) while the inflight lesson is filmed in both standard view and 360 degrees.
Our GoFly 360 sales are done through Vimeo. Go to https://vimeo.com/ondemand/gofly/ When prompted, you will need to create a Vimeo account so that you can purchase the lessons, and if you intend watching the lessons on a tablet or mobile, you will need to download the Vimeo app when prompted. Once purchased, you will have access to all of our online lessons for 12 months. You can watch them using internet data or you can download the lessons to a computer or device for watching anywhere, anytime, offline. When watching offline on an Android device, switch to ‘flight mode’.
Yes, definitely, this course puts you through every lesson that you would experience if you where really training to fly. You will see what the student sees, and learn what a real student learns.
It is possible to get motion sickness with GoFly360. We have kept each briefing in GoFly360 mode to 10 minutes’ duration, to minimise any adverse effect and we recommend a break of at least 5 minutes for every 10 minutes of viewing. We also recommend watching it in GoFly360 mode while sitting on a swivel chair and only make slow movements with your head if you are wearing GoFly360 headgear.
You can watch the GoFly 360 on any device you choose. If you are using a home computer or laptop you will need to move the image with your cursor. If you are viewing on a tablet or mobile phone, simply move the device to move your field of view. For best results when viewing online we recommend the new Samsung S8 (standard) housed inside Fly 360 headsets for a great immersive experience, but for the ability to download the lessons and watch offline, we recommend an iPhone or iPad. Currently the lessons cannot be downloaded to an Android phone.
Anything over 5MB/s should be enough. If you can view HD online content you can view GoFly360. We recommend watching our 360 promo trailer (above) at the highest resolution to test your service before you commit to purchasing. Keep in mind ADSL will take considerably longer to download than broadband.