Sunday, November 17, 2013

Milviz 350i. It's FS and it's very real!

FSX/P3D. Oddly enough, most of my VFR flying is done by day and that is mostly because it's VFR flying. Many of the airfields I fly into don't operate after dusk anyway. But if there's one development team looking to change my modus operandi, it's Milviz. With the advent of the new night lighting system techniques the team is implementing in the upcoming 407 and 350i, it appears, not flying these babies at night would be a total waste of the talent that went into this work. It does look mighty real indeed! These shots reflect the final result.
















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8 comments:

CaptainHaris744 said...

That is the beauty of Milviz!

Todd said...

It's friggin' amazing is what it is. Have you seen the new cockpit lighting with the steam gauge panel? This just might blow every other corporate aircraft out of the water.

Peter Hobbs said...

this aircraft and P3d is all I want for Xmas ,P3d have played ball so I wonder if I will get my wish from Milviz ,then please please Milviz,develop that new Honda jet

Peter Hobbs said...

this aircraft and P3d is all I want for Xmas ,P3d have played ball so I wonder if I will get my wish from Milviz ,then please please Milviz,develop that new Honda jet

Airspeed said...

Yeah it's Milviz.

Thad Wheeler said...

Nah, it's real...

Dave Nicoll said...

Milviz found a way to use DirectX 11 for their lighting before Prepar3d v 2.0 was out..Bet this is all DirectX 11.

DAndre Newman said...

You might be right there Dave. DX11 is already 50% a reason for FSXers to switch to P3D2.0

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