When can we move into the simulations of Canberra?

johnboy 1 October 2013 7

This in from John Dow:

I applied for unrestricted access to the Canberra airspace to celebrate the ferry flight of my new L-39 Albatross into Canberra. I don’t think they had any idea what they were in for when they approved it!

I made this video to showcase the incredible Canberra Cityscape scenery for FSX from Maurizio Giorgi and ORBX. More than three years in development, the scenery combines with Hugh Johnston’s Canberra Airport scenery to provide the single most detailed and realistic city scenery ever released for a flight simulator, period.

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eyeLikeCarrots eyeLikeCarrots 8:53 am 02 Oct 13

What hardware is that running on ?

I thought it was pretty darn impressive until I saw the bad particle affect for the fountain.

OpenYourMind OpenYourMind 7:13 am 02 Oct 13

Fantastic work.
Oh, and love the doof track!

troll-sniffer troll-sniffer 6:16 pm 01 Oct 13

Deref said :

54-11 said :

Pretty amazing (if you turn the sound off).

That.

Love the scenery, but what makes people think that adding a doof track actually helps?

The doof track adds to the atmosphere for me. If you don’t like it either turn your sound off, or perhaps in your case, slip on one of Mendelssohn’s slower concertos and wonder why people avoid you…

Kim F Kim F 5:22 pm 01 Oct 13

Pity it still has the Parkes Way / Kings Avenue roundabout!

Deref Deref 4:30 pm 01 Oct 13

54-11 said :

Pretty amazing (if you turn the sound off).

That.

Love the scenery, but what makes people think that adding a doof track actually helps?

54-11 54-11 3:50 pm 01 Oct 13

Pretty amazing (if you turn the sound off).

MERC600 MERC600 3:33 pm 01 Oct 13

Well I’ll use one of the kids expressions ‘cool ‘.

A flight through the acton tunnel would have made it uber cool

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