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      04-11-2013, 06:56 AM   #49
steve-p
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I like the idea of it, and I'm sure the technology will improve rapidly with regard to refresh rates, pixel density, contrast etc. Eventually maybe the manufacturers will realise they could sell alternative virtual gauge packs as options. I'd love to be able to switch to a full set of virtual '60s era Smiths instruments for example. It doesn't have to be all about whizzy new graphic representations. I don't really want it to look like an arcade game either, and it doesn't necessarily have to. It could be used to provide more customer choices for conventional looking gauges, and that would be a good thing.