Aerofly FS2 a son premier hélicoptère


(Richard) #1

Très attendu par les passionnés d’hélicoptères mais peu discuté dans la communauté FS global, le Robinson R22 est désormais disponible dans Aerofly FS2 d’après le journal des mise à jour (changelog):

2018-11-29

    Added Robinson R22 Beta II helicopter with highly detailed 3D model based on a 3D scan of the real aircraft and full dynamics flight model, including a fully articulated multi-body rotor simulation in combination with a dynamic inflow aerodynamics model including ground effect, transnational lift and auto-rotation state. The flight model has been fine tuned together with R22 pilots.
    The helicopter supports startup / shutdown including a clutch and rotor brake simulation and features a life-like indicator string. Our R22 has a difficulty option in the aircraft selection menu. Per default the assistance is turned on and stabilizes the helicopter to make it easier to fly when using game controllers, VR hands or joysticks with twist grip rudder. The professional setting disables any stabilization. This requires a lot of coordination work especially on the pedals, use high quality rudder pedals to fly this one. Best experience is in VR, where it is way easier to distinguish the difference between the different motions of the helicopter.
    The helicopter comes in nine different liveries and is included in the default aircraft fleet.
    Added Heliports are available as starting points in location menu
    Added over 120 helipads
    Added Default support for Thrustmaster Pendular Rudder
    Added Default support for Pro-Flight-Trainer PUMA PAS helicopter controller
    Added Aircraft selection menu remembers last selected repaint for each aircraft
    Added External pan around camera can be moved towards and away from the aircraft
    Changed Yaw string behavior improved
    Changed Yaw damper turn coordination improved in all aircraft with yaw damper
    Changed B747 and LJ45 crew alerting systems: Added numerous new messages, scrolling through messages, new messages pushed to top, new messages flashing, acknowledge messages to stop flashing, natural delays between cause and warning detection
    Added Some alerts automatically canceled after several seconds, e.g. flashing altitude alerts, flashing master caution and warnings
    Added Brakes are held for you when the simulation is started,increase thrust to start rolling
    Added A320 stall warning speeds calculated from angle of attack and gross weight
    Fixed Q400 button press and hold functions: HSI ILS format, ALT SEL disable, TCAS on/off
    Fixed C172 low fuel warning threshold
    Fixed F18 half and full flap indications

Cela va donner une autre dimension aux vols de réalité virtuel qui est le point for d’Aerofly FS 2

Quelques images pour les yeux:

r22_b Capturer22_h r22_g r22_a r22_c r22_ny2

r22_tort

Source officielle:
https://www.aerofly.com/dokuwiki/doku.php/manual:aerofly_version_changelog#section20181129


(CGOA-Benoit) #2

Belles photos :wink:
C’est une belle réalisation.


#3

j’ai vu l’annonce sur STEAM. Le modèle de vol est réaliste ? c’est la première fois qu’ils modélisent un hélico je crois. Mais avec les très bonnes perfs du logiciel, cela doit être plus agréable à piloter que sur FSX/P3D.