The flight simulator with the MiG-21 aircraft was developed by Aereform and Aeronavt and designed around the original parts from the MiG-21 bis aircraft. The simulator uses virtual reality technology, which allows the user a 360-degree view of the surrounding cabin. The pilot can look out the window on both sides, with the image on the VR goggles following the movements of the head. He can use his gaze to check the movement of the rudders in the cabin, lean closer to the instrument to distinguish pointers and numbers, look over his shoulder to check if the wings are still in place, or observe the surroundings during the flight. Gabrijela1972 video.