A tail strike warning placed on top of the screen like a violation warning is useful for pilots like me who fly for realism. Currently, I have no idea at which angle of attack is the tail strike angle at and there’s no one watching me taking off. Furthermore, the tail strike angle varies between aircraft. With this warning in place, I would know whether a possible tail strike can happen when I’m approaching the tail strike angle.
As for landing, implementation is trickier. The warning should be activated once I pass 50 ft AGL and I have begun my flare. The moment I flare too much, the warning would appear once again telling me that I have flared too much and should nose-down a little.
Because my landing will turn out bad if I use your suggestion. By ‘‘pretty bad’’ I mean not staying on the centreline after landing/taking off.
I also don’t get what you mean by using outside view to land, do you mean using the normal view where you can see the entire plane?
And who uses outside view for takeoff and landing? In my opinion, you’re making things difficult, how will you be able to maintain the plane on the runway centreline after takeoff/landing roll without HUD/nose gear view?
@anon91707592 is 100% correct the outside view can give you the wrong perception of height etc on landing. The better idea in addition to the WARNING would be tailstrike PROTECTION similar to what’s implemented in the 773 and A321/346-again in addition to warnings etc in 738/9 and other A/C.