New Antarctica Scenery Add-ons

The current season in Antarctica is approaching its peak and it is thus an appropriate time for the release of further research stations: I’m proud to announce that Paolo released two brand-new Research Station Scenery Packages complementing my Antarctica Mesh Scenery. The packages contain amongst others: Comandante Ferraz Station and Machu Picchu Base, McMurdo Station (on the image above), Scott Base and…

Update of Antarctica4XPlane!

As of today, a new version of Antarctica4XPlane Part 2 is online! This update covers now a much larger area of Victoria Land and the northern parts of the Transantarctic Mountains. Also, this update improves the resolution of the Mesh dramatically: The download-links to this update and all other sceneries can be found in the Antarctic…

A4XP: Work on Elevation Models

I’m working on a mesh update of Antarctica4XPlane Part 2. For this I begun to merge some high resolution elevation models into the current low resolution model. With success, as you can see below: Shown is a digital elevation model of Ross Island [the current DEM on the left and the upcoming on the right],…

Mario Zucchelli Station

Paolo released a new Antarctica Scenery package! It contains the Mario Zucchelli Station, a permanent Italian Research Base, located at the Terra Nova Bay. Nearby you will find the Jang Bogo Station and Enigma Lake, with a challenging Skiway. Have fun exploring!

Signy Research Station

Besides the development of the Antarctica Terrain Mesh for X-Plane, I begun to create first 3d-models and released my first Research Base Scenery: The Signy Research Station, located on Signy Island, a small subantarctic island on the South Orkney Islands, operated by the British Antarctic Survey.

Research Camps Sceneries

A call by Nino to create scenery add-ons for Antarctica4XPlane shows first success: It’s a pleasure for me to announce that Mark released the Trough Lake Camp and the Lower Wright Glacier Hut. I thank Mark and I’m looking forward to further realizations by him and other developers who like to support us!

Get Antarctica4XPlane Part 2!

The second part of my Antarctica Base Mesh for X-Plane is now available! The Terrain Mesh covers the Victoria Land and the northern parts of the Transantarctic Mountains. In addition to the Mesh Scenery, I’m proud to announce, that Paolo will shortly release a bunch of Research Base Station Sceneries.  You’ll find the download links for my Base…

Antarctica4XPlane: Part 2 is coming!

One year after the start of the project and four months after the Release of Part 1, I’m proud to announce that Part 2 of my Antarctica Terrain Mesh Scenery for X-Plane is almost ready to release. Part 2 of Antarctica4XPlane covers the Victoria Land and the northern parts of the Transantarctic Mountains including McMurdo Dry…

AX4P: 1.000 downloads reached!

I’m proud to announce that Part 1 of Antarctica4XPlane has reached 1.000 downloads – a big thank you to all supporters! I’m really interested in – who of those, who downloaded the Antarctica Base Mesh Scenery – regularly fly over X-Plane’s lost continent. It would be helpful if you give me some feedback: Let me know…

Rising of X-Plane’s lost continent

Based on my Antarctica Terrain Mesh Scenery, Walter a.k.a. WalSch created an impressive video: Lean back and enjoy the stunning impressions. Walter, thank you very much for your contribution. We’re looking forward to see more from you!

Rothera Expedition Scenery

Ready for your next Antarctic Adventure? There is an expedition on Arrowsmith Peninsula which needs your help! Get Heinz’s Rothera Expedition Scenery and start your supply flight today. The scenery package consists of three parts: A dock at the coast, a base camp and a group of researchers at the plateau.

Best Scenery of January 2016!

We did it: The Antarctica Terrain Mesh Scenery Antarctica4XPlane wins the award Best Scenery of January 2016. It was a really tough and exciting competition: Congratulation to all competitors! On this occasion I would like to thank all contributors, and the users that gave us overwhelming feedback. Finally a special thank you to all of you…