A variometer — also known as a rate of climb and descent indicator RCDI , rate-of-climb indicator , vertical speed indicator VSI , or vertical velocity indicator VVI — is one of the flight instruments in an aircraft used to inform the pilot of the rate of descent or climb. It is typically connected to the aircraft's external static pressure source. In powered flight the pilot makes frequent use of the VSI to ascertain that level flight is being maintained, especially during turning maneuvers. In gliding , the instrument is used almost continuously during normal flight, often with an audible output, to inform the pilot of rising or sinking air. It is usual for gliders to be equipped with more than one type of variometer.
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The limit of the Willing Suspension of Disbelief for a given element is directly proportional to its awesomeness. Stated another way, all but the most pedantic of viewers will forgive liberties with reality as long as the result is wicked sweet or awesome. This applies to the audience in general; there will naturally be a different threshold for each individual. Also known in some circles as a " rad herring ", in which something doesn't make sense within the guidelines of the story's reality, but it's too cool not to include it. The Rule of Cool is another principle that seeks to dispel arguments among fans over implausibility in fiction.
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A stylus or a stylus pen is an object shaped like a pen, used to draw, point, sign, and swipe on touchscreen electronic devices. Stylus are commonly used for smartphones, tablets and touchscreen laptops. The active stylus has a pen-like tip with internal electronic components.
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