The Museum of Flight is the largest independent, non-profit air and space museum in the world. With over 175 aircraft and spacecraft, tens of thousands of artifacts, millions of rare photographs, dozens of exhibits and experiences and a world-class library, an estimated five to six hundred thousand visitors stop by to explore the Museum of Flight each year.
The astonishing aviation artifacts paired with some of the most knowledgeable tour guides, many of whom served as pilots in World War II and now act as volunteers, attract flight enthusiast from all over the world. Aiming to be the foremost educational air and space museum in the world, the museum now provides on-site guests with high definition imagery and virtual tours using Surface Pro tablets equipped with Windows and Intuiface software.
Take a step inside the cockpits and interiors of the aircrafts at the Museum of Flight. Full story by the Museum of Flight >> http://museumofflight.org/vr