Anyways, check out the development update below.
VSKYLABS – Mid-August-News-Flash
…Been at the Icelandic Aviation Museum in Akureyri on Monday (it is a magical place and one of my favorite aviation museums). In addition to experiencing the legendary planes, some needed high resolution closeup photos of the Bensen B-8M (TF-EAA) Gyrocopter and the Douglas C-47A (TF-NPK) were taken (by permission, of course…). These closeups covered some needed aspects for the ongoing updates development of both projects (I have uploaded two low-res photos…btw the gauge seen is mounted in the nose-front end of the B-8M).
The VSKYLABS ‘Cricket’ Autogyro project, which is practically a variant based on the B-8 design, is scheduled for a major update release in the VSKYLABS 2019 releases roadmap. The update will cover almost every aspect of the project (it is one of the most earliest VSKYLABS projects!). Still in the Autogyro department…2019 releases roadmap is including a new Gyroplane! More details will be released in the future.
The VSKYLABS DC-3/C-47 Flying Lab Project is already under heavy development process for its upcoming version v3.0. Most of the update will include enhanced detailing (3D modeling and PBR texturing) for almost every aspect of the aircraft (exterior, interior).
Regarding the VSKYLABS Guimbal Cabri G2 project…(got some questions regarding the release date): Initial release version will happen during September 2018, as planned!
Here are the links for the mentioned projects:
The VSKYLABS ‘Cricket’ Autogyro project: https://www.vskylabs.com/…/…/vskylabs-autogyro-project.html…
The VSKYLABS DC-3/C-47 Flying Lab Project: https://www.vskylabs.com/…/the-vskylabs-douglas-dc-3-projec…
The VSKYLABS Guimbal Cabri G2 Project: https://www.vskylabs.com/…/the-vskylabs-guimbal-cabri-g2-pr…
To review the original update, see the source post via the developers official Facebook page. If you’d like to learn more about VSkyLabs Aerospace Simulations, check out the developers website for more information.
*Image courtesy of VSkyLabs Aerospace Simulations.