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You have questions?
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How do I download the application?
On your Android cell phone, find the Play Store icon and press it (if you have an iPhone, find the App Store icon)

Then type Cyberboardz in the search box (the one with the magnifying glass) and press enter

Press on the Cyberboardz icon and then choose Install (in the iPhone you press the download button)
What do I need to do to see the airplane on my cell phone?
Open the card and place it on a desk or firm surface. The map with the 3D aircraft must be visible.

Open the Cyberboardz App on your cell phone (by pressing the icon on the desk) and press the Start AR button

Point your cell phone on the right side of the map. The aircraft will appear hovering over the card. The aircraft will show larger or smaller depending on how far the cell phone is from the card. A good distance is between 6 and 12 inches.
What can I do with the aircraft?
The Application allows you to inspect the aircraft from any angle, similar to a plastic or die-cast model. In addition, you can fire the guns, hear the sounds, watch the propeller turning, and see the pilot inside the cockpit flying his fighter!
What aircraft models are available?
The Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4 and the Supermarine Spitfire Mk Ia

We have plans for 30 more models in both Europe and the Pacific theaters of war. We plan to cover several periods of WWII (1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, and 1944)

If you would like to be the first to know when a new model is available or you would like to see a specific model added to the store, please send us an email using the Contact Us form. Thank you!
What is the pilot doing in the cockpit?
The pilot in the cockpit is flying the aircraft and scanning the sky for enemy planes. He is using a typical scan procedure to check all sides.
How accurate is the performance data shown on the cards?
We have gone to great lengths to select only the most accurate data available.
How do I use the Score Card? Are values greater than 10 possible?
The Score Card takes into consideration eleven of the most important characteristics a fighter needs to be successful in combat. Each characteristic was weighted to arrive at a single score for the fighter. The higher the score, the better the aircraft.

The algorithm does NOT use a 1 to 10 score. Values lower and higher than 10 are possible. A benchmark aircraft, the Bf 109 F-2, was given a 10 in each characteristic. Any other model is compared against the benchmark and a value higher (if it was better) or smaller (if its performance was worse) than 10 is given using a formula to grade the gap (for each characteristic).

This approach allows adding any fighter to the data set, even those not initially contemplated in the plan.

The eleven characteristics were selected based on two criteria: (a) objective data was available and (b) they were recognized as very important by test pilots.

Note that range was not included because it was assumed that the fighter had enough fuel to reach the combat area and face an adversary.

Diving acceleration is very important in combat but it was not included because objective data was not available for most aircraft in the data set.

It is assumed that the pilot was of equivalent experience/training in every case. Pilot quality was decisive in any engagement.

There is more information in the blog under Fighter Evaluation Card
Will the Application work on my cell phone?
The application works on iPhones and Android cell phones. Unless you have a very old cell phone it should work.

A list of approved cell phones can be found on the link below: