For the realization of their Bergen Airport, I had the opportunity to provide them a high realistic elevation model for the airport area, especially the sloped runway. The realization of this custom mesh was a first test case for my new tool to edit X-Plane base meshes.
Related to the Antarctica4XPlane project, Nino finished an incredible work, to gather and systemize information about the antarctic continent. The result is an Antarctic Catalog containing especially information about Airfields, Research Base Stations and Airplanes.
As an add-on for my Prince Edward Islands Mesh, community member Ralph developed and released his Prince Edward Island Adventures Scenery for X-Plane. The Scenery Package contains the SANAP’s Meteorological Station at Marion Island, as well as two fictitious airfields. Details can be found on the download page.
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 in addition to 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 a station at Marble Point.
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 and don’t forget to support the further development of our project.
Besides the development of the Antarctica Mesh for X-Plane, I begun to create 3D-models and released my first Research Base Scenery: The Signy Research Station, located on Signy Island, a small subantarctic island in the South Orkney Islands, and operated by the British Antarctic Survey.
The call to create sceneries for the Antarctica4XPlane project shows first successes: 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.