Hi Everyone I have a couple of screenshots of some of the sensor work that the team is implementing in Prepar3D. In military and law enforcement, there are sensors attached to cameras that measure infrared radiation to come up with an image. These are used, particularly at night, in order to see the landscape in front of you and pick out objects that are emitting heat. There are two main types of infrared sensor imagery. “Infrared Black Hot” (IR BH) where the warmer the object, the darker it appears, and “Infrared White Hot” (IR WH), which means that the hotter and object, the
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Hi Everyone, There have been lots of questions to us on pricing and availability for Prepar3D. We continue to work on this and we should be able to make announcements on both in the coming weeks. We are looking for a formal release late Q4 this year and still have a lot of work to do behind the scenes to incorporate key updates and to ensure that all required legalities are in place for this. I am also working to get some more screenshots and teasers up on the website showing the wonderful progress that the team has made.I encourage
Hi! I am the Program Manager for Prepar3D. This year, the Lockheed Martin Prepar3D team has been on an incredible journey; enhancing a code base of roughly 1 million lines of software written for the gaming community and readying it for use by serious professionals. We’re excited about the enhancements and soon we’ll be able to show you what we’re working on! Keep watching our website, techie bloggers will be posting soon, movies on development features are on the way and much more…