FaceTrackNoIR is a free app which uses your webcam to track your face and adjust your camera view in game accordingly...much like "TrackIR" but without any extra hardware. Here is how to set it up for A-10C Warthog Before you start, I suggest you ensure your system is pretty fresh. I ran into major hold ups due to device driver & codec conflicts that existed on my system prior to starting. Part of troubleshooting lead me to reinstall Windows (which was long overdue anyhow). If you system has any issues, I'd suggest you figure those out before proceeding. My system specs (for the record): Intel i7 2600K @ 5.1GHz Asus Maximus IV Extreme P67 2x4GB G.Skill DDR3-1866 120GB Vertex 3 SSD & 500GB Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive 3x GTX 580 in tri-SLI 2560x1600 Samsung 305T+ Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 nVidia Forceware drivers 280.26 Logitech Webcam 9000Pro Saitek Cyborg Evo Force FFB joystick (FFB not working yet :joystick Download and install the faceAPI portion of the SeeingMachines headtracking Demo (after the 1st portion of installation when faceAPI finished, you can cancel the rest) Download and install the FaceTrackNoIR v130 program. Download the FaceTrackNoIR v150 update and extract the files to the FaceTrackNoIR directory overwriting the original files (I made a small donation to the FaceTrackNoIR author and he sent me the v160 update, I do not know if the v150 will work with my setup or not). Download the ED API interface x64 dll package and extracted the headtracker folder (with contents) into the game's "bin" directory. Next, start the FaceTrackNoIR program, and load the DCS_A10C.ini file (its in the headtracker folder you placed in the bin directory). Then select "faceAPI" under "Tracker Source" and select "Freetrack" under "Game protocol". Now press the "Start" button under the faceAPI option...your webcam image should be displayed on the left side and within a few seconds it should detect your face and highlight the tracked area in yellow as shown below. Next I spent a couple hours ALT-TAB'ing in and out of the game adjusting my curves until I found myself pretty happy with the following settings. Make sure you have decent lighting illuminating your face...indirect lighting is best, I made a video of my current settings so you can see it in action.