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Oct. 10th : Be prepared, the world is coming to us

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I would like to see and know more about the places without photogrammetry. For example, Lodon and Paris don't have photogrammetry available and they look stunning, did they used any handmade objects to fill-in the gaps or everything we saw on those 2 cities were placed by the A.I.?! If placed by the A.I., can we expect the same accuracy everywhere in the world?

That said, I like to more cities in Africa, South America and the poorest areas in Asia (India, Cambodja etc).

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Preferably would like to see Hawaii have justice, each island is unique and makes good fun for inter-island hopping. Next would be the DC area/KDCA. I would love to take a 737 through the River Approach 🙂

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6 minutes ago, KTFO said:

Would like to see Japan. Tokyo Haneda. 

Yes! I would like to see Narita International Airport as I have been there more than a few times.

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1 hour ago, cmpbellsjc said:

+1 for Rio

I'd love to see São Paulo as well with the hundreds of high rise buildings. It’s like Manhattan times 10. 

I have seen it in Google Earth VR.  Amazing and eye-opening.

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18 hours ago, ErichB said:

A Youtube street food vlogger

What a time to be alive 😄

Where's my hoverboard?

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Croatian Adriatic coast and the ex-yu region


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Alert Canada and South Pacific Islands are quite remote.

Really this list could include every airport because default ESP compared to the add-ons of late are put to utter shame.

Will SEQM be open and SEQU be closed?

Will there be a FARO?

It was good to see KSEA with 3 runways. Will KSTL be correct?

Will the new terminal at KMSY be there?

How will The Galapagos Islands be represented? Any wildlife?

Will private farm strips have some "living world" life to them to some degree?

I guess we will find out all we want to know when we get a hold of it.

 

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I’d really love to see Dubai and Queenstown, New Zealand. The visual approach through the mountains on a clear day into runway 05 NZQN would probably be the first route I’ll fly in the new sim. Bonus points if they show the Swiss Alps. Really want to know how well they’ve done snow. 

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The Southern Cone: Sao Paulo, Rio, Buenos Aires and Santiago.

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Swiss Alps and Ligurian Coast


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North/South pole with clouds.

Any wood/forest, on ground, among the trees.


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Well, since I saw the previews of MSFS2020 photogrammetry world, I remembered what my cousin told me in 1998.

Back then I just graduated from graphic design at university and my cousin was a developer studying hardware engineering...

He saw me flying one day on FS98 and he told me literally with a confident tone: Believe me, one day, you will be flying over the real world... I laughed loud, and I told him: This could happen but maybe it won`t be in my lifetime...

Well I am 45 and this happened sooner than I thought...


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