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We revealed the first ever renders back at FlightSimCon 2016 and we’re now pleased to be able to inform the community that Flightbeam Studios, along with partners iBlueYonder, has released their highly anticipated KPDX Portland International Airport for Prepar3D V4. The scenery has been designed by iBlueYonder founder Bill Womack, along with artistic and technical assistance by Amir Salehi and other members of the Flightbeam Studios crew. The partnership has resulted in a highly detailed rendition of Portland Airport. Features include that key textures have been rendered in 4096x4096px resolution, a huge photo-real area representation the industrial district of North Portland along with custom static GA and military aircraft. Furthermore, as this is a Prepar3D V4 only airport, the team have taken full advantage of P3D’s material scripting engine for seasonal vegetation, dynamic water puddles and light animations throughout. You can buy KPDX-HD Portland International Airport from either Flightbeam Studios’ website or iBlueYonder’s website for $29.99. Features include: Features the all-new Flightbeam Manager system (no Addon Manager/Couatl required) Configuration Manager allows you to quickly customize KPDX to your liking Utilizes SODE for advanced jetway interaction with aircraft Includes large photo-real area representing the industrial district of North Portland with OSM-based autogen Key textures are rendered in 4096×4096 high resolution Includes custom static GA and military aircraft P3Dv4 dynamic night lighting included Leverages P3D’s material scripting engine for seasonal vegetation, dynamic water puddles and light animations Includes detailed rendition of Cascade Station shopping area east of the airport SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/news/flightbeam-iblueyonder-release-kpdx-portland-intl-airport/
Just as I hit ‘publish’ on the previous article, Flightbeam + iBlueYonder developer Bill emailed me with a bunch of brand new images from the soon-to-be-released Portland (KPDX). The images showcase what the current build is looking like. As you can see, there’s a huge amount of detail both inside the airport and beyond. Everything from car parks, office blocks to the neaby IKEA has been faithfully recreated. Dynamic lighting is also shown off, as well as use of wet ground polys for on the ground during rainy weather. We know that we won’t have long to wait, as it’s been confirmed that only a few bits like product pages, installers and manuals need to be completed before it’s released onto the wild.
Flightbeam Portland (KPDX) Entering Beta – Testers Needed With any Flightbeam product, the anticipation for the product release always seems high. Their upcoming version of Portland (KDPX) is nearing completion as it was confirmed that the team are entering beta testing for the product. With the news of beta testing about to take place, the team are also looking for people to assist in making sure it’s fit for release. The message post on the Flightbeam forums state that the team are looking for someone who has experience in testing, and, obviously, owns Prepar3D V4. To apply, head to the Flightbeam forums, register an account and drop a detailed message explaining why you want to test, what qualities you will bring and an overview of any previous testing experience. If you’re just keen to look at some imagery of the airport, you can do that also. SOURCE INFO https://www.flightbeam.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=3138&p=17240&fbclid=IwAR08OAevZ7OPTnVdr7-UibtqysVp8rBdDCTKcOyV6pfwLp77sc6IUje9cxs#p17240 https://fselite.net/news/flightbeam-portland-kpdx-entering-beta-testers-needed/
Bill Womack, lead developer on the project, entrusted us last year to be the first media outlet in the community to reveal the newest project from Flightbeam: Portland International Airport (KPDX). Today, we’re absolutely thrilled to provide the community the first ever in-sim previews of the airport. The 5 screenshots are just the beginning of previews we’ll be sharing alongside Flightbeam over the coming months. The shots you see below are, as you would expect, work in progress with many things still to be done. You can see the detail the team are going into already with some of the complex architecture found at the airport and of the terminal buildings. Portland International Airport is a large North American airport, which is a focus airport for the likes of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. Portland also offers a huge range of domestic and international flights to be completed in our virtual environments. Huge thanks to both Mir and Bill for giving us the opportunity to share the progress with you. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/fselite-exclusive-flightbeam-portland-kpdx-previews/