Twitch chat typically isn’t known to be organized and structured, especially when in control of a video game. But now and then, a community can come together to pull off an impressive feat, such as landing a plane in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Rami Ismail, the co-founder of Vlambeer, recently set up a stream that allowed Twitch chat to control a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The chat could control the speed, altitude, and other essential settings needed to keep the plane in the air. Surprisingly, the chat got the plane off the ground and kept it in the air for a significant amount of time—and even performed a barrel roll.
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