Now available for the freeware PRE-Flight RC Sim is the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter, a highly detailed model with full rotor animation and smoke effects. For details, click on Read More.
PRE-Flight freeware RC flight simulator has just released a new, downloadable helicopter model - the Blackhawk. The UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter comes highly detailed - with full rotor animation and smoke effects. Fully aerobatic and 3D capable with selectable gyro (HH and non-HH).
Pre-Flight RC Sim has long been known as a leader amongst freeware flight simulators with a burgeoning list of technically advanced elements for software of it's kind.
Among the list of it's advanced features are:
- the Advanced Intelligent Rendering system, known as AIr, which help provide great graphics while keeping rendering speed blazing fast
- PhotoVolume technology, which smoothly blends special photorealistic scenery so you can view and even experience collisions with realistic objects, reactive liquid technology for realistic water reflections waves, ripples, and even objects that bob in water
- a fully integrated 3D viewing option, advanced model functionality for models with amphibious or combat capabilities, advanced lighting, super realistic reflection effects, advanced shadowing
- a model zoom window, a full configurable photorealistic transmitter view, a new ground view option so you can always keep the earth viewable underneath you, and all new rendering effects for smoke, foam
- and texture transparency.
The original UH-60 Black Hawk is a four-bladed, twin-engine helicopter designed by Sikorsky Aircraft or medium duty lifting operations, It has been in use since Sikorsky submitted it to the United States Army held a competition in 1972 to design a new style of Utility and Tactical Transport Aircraft System.
Black Hawk helicopters have seen action during conflicts in places all over the world like: Grenada, Panama, Iraq, Somalia, the Balkans, Afghanistan, and other areas around the MIddle East. The Black Hawk is a tough customer that can really perform under pressure in tactical situations, with a maximum speed of 159 knots (183 miles per hour) and a service ceiling of 19,000 feet and a startling amount of available firepower; the UH-60 certainly puts it's twin General Electric T-700 turboshaft engines to good use.
To go ahead and try to harness all the power this bad boy has to offer, go ahead and visit the website for the Pre-Flight RC Sim by Transcendental Technologies to grab this, now available as a free download:
Note: PRE-Flight RC Flight Simulator is freeware. Free downloads of RC models are also available above.