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Mathijs Kok

Approaching Innsbruck

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Here is an initial set of features for Approaching Innsbruck. I am sure the fact FS2004 is not forgotten will be welcomes by many people.

 

·    Light System according to P3D standards including an “intelligent” control of the lead-in lights in bad visual conditions (P3D) Light-Poles and Lighting constructed since 2010 
·    Animated ground traffic and animations (e.g. train, highway) in the near surroundings of the airfield (P3D)

·    Reworked ground textures with controlled precipitation effects (P3D, FSX)

·    Draw-Called optimized 3D-Objects (FS2004, FSX, P3D)

·    Landscape coverage like the version from 2010 (FS2004, FSX, P3D)

·    Seasonal textures (FS2004, FSX, P3D) fitting to the awaited photorealistic coverage of Austria West (developed by Flugwerk)

·    2 Heliports, one south of the airfield, one on the hospital in the inner city of Innbruck

·    Animated windsocks

·    3D-Grass (FS2004, FSX, P3D)

 

LOWI_P3Dv3_Terminal.jpg

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Nice to hear that there will be a new version.

Is there going to be an update price for owners of the actual version?

 

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2 minutes ago, Superbus21 said:

Nice to hear that there will be a new version.

Is there going to be an update price for owners of the actual version?

 

 

I do assume so.

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Hi all,

 

some additional words: "designteam" is cooperating again with talented designers (Christoph Klose/D; www.helirescue.at / A). This approach is required to keep the development time short and to keep an adequate level of quality. We are aiming for a rollout which covers really everything whithout the need of update packages.

 

* My friends from www.helirescue.at are experienced in the design of heliports and thus took over the design of LOJO near the airport as well as the heliport on the roof of the "Universitätsklinik", the famous hospital in the center of the city of Innsbruck (I hope that no one from you has already seen this object from inside during a skiing holiday in the Tyrols ;) ). Nice to hear that the guys are nominated for the freeware-award this year!

* Christoph Klose is very experienced in the design of aircraft and 3D-modelling and in addition will take care of the animations (partly hard-coded, partly to be controlled).

 

Although we are fully in the time-schedule it is yet to early to announce a concrete release-date (it would be unfair to say something alike). But as you can see the main buildings are available and need to be updated in parts. We are fully aware of the changes in the real world (e.g. the light poles on the apron) and of course will show you the scenery very closely to the real airport.

 

Again I am happy to cooperate also with my friends from Aerosoft. And now I will again go to my development environment, the polygons do not wait :)

 

 

 

 

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Best scenery news for me in 2015-2016! Very nice! 

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The screenshot have been made with P3Dv3, so it is pretty save to assume that it will also be compatible with P3Dv3.1.

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One of my favourite winter destination. Will be an instant buy when it's released :D

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3 hours ago, Tom A320 said:

The screenshot have been made with P3Dv3, so it is pretty save to assume that it will also be compatible with P3Dv3.1.

 

2 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

 

For sure.

 

Thank you, I'm looking forward.

 

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Excellent news. It will be great to fly to LOWI in P3D 3.1 :)

 

Thanks for developing this,

Peter

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No, this is about Innsbruck.

 

Sorry, couldn't resist and hope we will see an updated version of Nice as well further down the road :)

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A long-time favourite, and what good news that the FS2004 community is being favoured with the update too!

 

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On 29/1/2016 at 3:14 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

Seasonal textures (FS2004, FSX, P3D) fitting to the awaited photorealistic coverage of Austria West (developed by Flugwerk)

I wonder what this means exactly. The Austria East product only has summer textures. Will this be some option to have a specific set of summer textures if one then has the Austria West product and have all seasons  e.g. when using the Austria Professional X product ?

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Hi Siggy,

 

exactly! As far as I am knowing the western part of the photoreastic scenery for Austria will (at least for the time being) come with one season only. This means that I will have to offer a version which will load only one texture set for the FSX and P3D users who are using ATPX (Photo) from Flugwerk-Design. A full set of textures for all seasons will be available for users who are either using FS2004, FSX/P3D without ATPX. I am already looking forward for the script of the installer-software ;)  .

 

Have a nice sunday!

 

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Too early to ask if this will fit in with FTX Global and EU landclass? 

 

Martin 

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vor 21 Minuten, mas618 sagte:

Too early to ask if this will fit in with FTX Global and EU landclass? 

 

Martin 

Not necessarilly too early, I guess. If I remember correctly the FSX-Version issued in 2010 already did fit properly. We are using more or less the same photo-texture for the surroundings and thus it should work also with P3D. Nevertheless - the coverage of the photo is big enough for a smooth transition to the proximity.

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3 hours ago, designteam said:

Not necessarilly too early, I guess. If I remember correctly the FSX-Version issued in 2010 already did fit properly. We are using more or less the same photo-texture for the surroundings and thus it should work also with P3D. Nevertheless - the coverage of the photo is big enough for a smooth transition to the proximity.

Thank you for speedy reply! 

 

Martin 

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Could someone explain what the "intelligent control of lead-in lights..." means, I'm intrigued :)

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Hi Johannes,

 

Thank you very much. That sounds good to me :-).

Best wishes!

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