This set uses the Google Glass hardware, plus some additional pieces: a small multi-axis gyro/accelerometer unit that can be worn on each hand. Together with the motion sensing abilities of the headgear, these allow the motion of the user's arms ('wings') to be interpreted as flight commands. The display
serves as a HUD, and the earphones can supply audio cues, commands, and responses.
Of particular importance is the microphone, through which the user can indicate (by making the appropriate sounds) accelerations, high-g turns, machine-gun fire, weapons and stores launches, take-offs, landings, and many other in-mission occurances.
(Training flights would be necessary, of course, with the Google Co-Pilot repeatedly asking, "Sir! What was THAT!?". The responses would teach the software to recognize the purpose of various voice inputs.)
Works as a solo flight, or against an opponent in some other backyard anywhere in the world.
(For Jerith, who flew large numbers of sound-effects sorties from the back deck, past the swing set, and around the apricot tree... ten years ago.)