Prepar3D continues to foster an open and thriving ecosystem of developers though it’s open simulation platform via a free Software Development Kit (SDK). Each release brings new capabilities to further enhance to opportunities for our P3D Developer Network. Some of the additions to the v5 SDK includes the addition of sloping runways, enhanced engine extensibility features for SimObjects and expanded PBR lighting effects. For more information on how to become a Prepar3D developer, and the benefits developers receive, see the P3D Developer Subscription program page. Check out some of the great work by a few of the developers within the
Rob Ainscough, CEO/Owner of Sim Horizon, posted a 4K video of his flying experience with an early beta version of Prepar3D v5, which will be released to the public on April 14. The video highlights the all new DirectX 12 rendering engine with groundbreaking weather visuals.
“Who doesn’t dream of flying a high class business jet as a passenger or (better) as a pilot? It will take you around $9.000.000,- to fly the Phenom, but with the Carenado EMB505 Phenom 300 you can become that business jet pilot yourself for $39.95. The Phenom is a relatively young aircraft and first flew in 2009. More than 250 Phenom’s are cruising the skies and with a production of over 60 Phenom’s a year this is the best-selling business jet in 2013 en 2014. With a range of 1,971 nm and capable of carrying 6 to 10 passengers this
Carenado, an award winning aircraft add-on provider and software development company is now featuring products for, and developing for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D. The Prepar3D team has partnered with Carenado on modeling tool improvements and look forward to more great products from Carenado in the future. An image gallery featuring some of Carenado’s products have been uploaded to the Prepar3D Image Gallery. To learn more about Carenado and it’s award winning products, visit their website – http://www.carenado.com