Fathers’ try their best to make their children happy and provide them with the best opportunities, right? Earlier, we have seen a father making a quadcopter drone for his son. Now we have come to know that a father named Laurent Aigon has built and and set up a 737 cockpit simulator in his son’s bedroom.
Forty-year old Laurent Aigon is a waiter by profession, but he always dreamed of being a pilot. However, he failed to fulfill his dream. Now he dreams that one day his son will be a pilot. And to make that happen Aigon was busy in making a 737 cockpit simulator (it is used as a training simulator for pilot) for his son over the last five years.
Aigon methodically ordered parts of the simulator from the internet, assembled a control panel and screen that functions precisely the way the real simulators do. That’s not all. He attached five networked monitors to his set-up so that he could simulate journeys and have a real life experience of flying a plane.
Aigon has set up the 737 cockpit simulator in his son’s bedroom and he hopes that his son would like it. Here’s a video for you.