A380 to be ported to Outerra

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LeviCires
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Re: A380 to be ported to Outerra

Post by LeviCires » 16 Aug 2014, 06:01

Hello everyone!
For those interested, I want to say that I already released this airplane. If you want to take a look at it, check the link above. :)

Also, here's a quick comparison between the real thing, and seen in Outerra: Click here

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Derek Mayer
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Re: A380 to be ported to Outerra

Post by Derek Mayer » 17 Aug 2014, 01:12

Nice job!

LeviCires
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Re: A380 to be ported to Outerra

Post by LeviCires » 17 Aug 2014, 08:15

Derek Mayer wrote:Nice job!
Thanks!
You made a very nice and realistic 3D model :)

markm24
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Re: A380 to be ported to Outerra

Post by markm24 » 31 Aug 2014, 22:50

Just Out-of-Curiosity, what is Outerra?

Is it a simulation game?

LeviCires
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Re: A380 to be ported to Outerra

Post by LeviCires » 01 Sep 2014, 09:08

markm24 wrote:Just Out-of-Curiosity, what is Outerra?

Is it a simulation game?
"Outerra is a unique 3D rendering engine, a world rendering engine capable to seamlessly render whole planets from space down to the surface. It can use arbitrary/varying resolution of elevation data that it further dynamically refines using fractal algorithms. The fractals try to mimic natural processes, generating fine, believable terrain with high resolution. The world is also being dynamically textured and populated with vegetation using predefined land type material sets and the computed terrain attributes."

"An integrated flight dynamics model library (JSBSim) provides fully configurable physics and math model defining the movement of aircraft or rocket under various natural or applied forces and moments."

JSBSim is used by FlightGear too.

For more information, visit http://www.outerra.com/wfeatures.html
You'll find a lot if info on their forum as well: http://forum.outerra.com/

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