Aluminum Mount

aluminum mount
aluminum mount on helmet

This mount has been machined from solid aluminum. The mount can be secured to the helmet using the supplied VHB tape, or by inserting screws into the mounting holes.

The FlySight is held in place using a strap and camming buckle, which can be removed when not in use, leaving only the low profile mount on the helmet.

The mount is available in several models, built to fit different helmets. To determine which model fits your helmet, download the sizing guide, and use the included template to mesaure your mounting surface.

The mount can be ordered here. When ordering a mount, be sure to select the correct model before clicking "Add to Cart".


FlySight Viewer

The FlySight Viewer is a simple utility which produces plots of your logged jumps. Data can be imported from FlySight CSV or NMEA files produced by most GPS receivers.

Plots can include one or two parameters on the vertical axis, including:

  • Glide ratio
  • Horizontal speed
  • Vertical speed
  • Elevation

The horizontal axis may be either time or distance. This allows the user to measure how much forward movement is achieved in a given vertical drop.

Finally, the Flysight Viewer can export data as FlySight CSV or NMEA files, or as KML files which can be loaded into Google Earth.

requires Mac OS 10.5

Tom van Dijck's FlySight Viewer for Windows adds a Google Maps view and basic logging functionality:

requires Windows XP, Vista, or 7

FlySight Viewer screenshot


If you are looking for a more full-featured package, we strongly recommend Paralog.

Data from FlySight can be imported into Paralog, where it becomes part of a comprehensive logbook, including jump details, photos, video, and more.

As well as producing 2D plots from logged data, Paralog can also produce 3D jump profiles, as shown in the screenshot to the right.

For more information, or to download a free trial version of Paralog, visit the Paralog website:

Paralog website
Paralog screenshot

Paralog Online Viewer

The Paralog online viewer provides a quick way to analyse a single jump online. Just drag and drop your FlySight CSV file onto the orange button on the Paralog website.

Like the full-featured Paralog software, the online viewer will allow you to create 2D plots from logged data as well as 3D jump profiles.

Paralog website
Paralog online screenshot