Screen shots for different applications

Here is a YouTube representation of some basic functions of MNS (2011 version). The video is done in a smaller window size to make it load faster. Normal use utilizes the full capability of your display screen.

MNS rotates and zooms. (Video environment [not very fast]: Intel Celeron 1.6GHz, Intel Internal 82945G Graphics Acceleration, 2GB RAM, Windows XP SP3, video capture running simultaneously)

An aeronautical setup follows (2011 version). Here the map is not an aeronautical map but just a typical city map. Location Melbourne, Australia.

Since you can use any maps you can fly anywhere. (Video environment [not very fast]: Intel Celeron 1.6GHz, Intel Internal 82945G Graphics Acceleration, 2GB RAM, Windows XP SP3, video capture running simultaneously)

The following video demonstrates MNS Controls & Displays (2015 version). The first bank emulates Apollo Lunar Module RADAR panel (which landed on the Moon 1969). All hardwired controls are here replaced with virtual ones. The second bank shows some test items where an usual application replaces the functions, texts and layouts.

There are 20 banks in the standard MNS version and each bank can have 1..16 items in it, maximum 320 items all together.

Below are some videos of the 2006 version.

Video 1 Video 2

Here are some screen shots of land, marine and aeronautical setups (1024 x 768 screen resolution used).

Land-based setups
Marine setups
Aeronautical setups

More screen shots...