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Posted By: Silver_Dragon

Mil-Sim Projects - 11/04/12 11:15 PM

Mil Sim projects has a new italian 3rd Party to produce historical military aircrafts to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana (italian air force) for DCS:World. The team has receive help from F-104 3rd Party team and ED to make your addon. _Heater_ member of ED team can be help to that team.

Web Page (no operative for the moment.
http://www.mil-sim-projects.com/

comunicate (on italian) on the ED forum:
http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=96573
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Ciao a tutti,
è con enorme piacere annunciare che Mil-Sim Projects (Military Simulations Projects) è ora una realtà italiana, tutta italiana.

Siamo un gruppo di persone che convergono tutte insieme con lo scopo principale di ricreare Moduli DCS appartenenti all'Aeronautica Militare Italiana, come ad esempio l'SF-260, MB-339, AMX e altri aerei storici che hanno fatto grande l'AM, come il G-91 ad esempio.

Come ben sapete, creare un modulo per DCS non è cosa semplice.
Ogni tassello del puzzle ha un grado di complessità che spazia dalla modellazione 3D fino alla programmazione C++, passando per la non complessa ma fluidità del linguaggio LUA, fino alla creazione di texture fotorealistiche per ogni singolo aereo.
Ci vorrà del tempo prima di veder volare un 339 su DCS e perchè no, magari su uno scenario italiano, ecco perché abbiamo interpellato la Sim Skunk Works, che ringrazio nuovamente per il supporto dato sul modulo F-104, che piano piano sta vedendo la luce grazie anche alla miriade di info in nostro possesso e alla passione che mettiamo nel creare una Leggenda Volante che ha reso sicuri i nostri cieli per moltissimi anni.
Un cockpit 3D è già in fase di lavorazione, mentre il modello esterno è stato ultimato dopo aver rifatto da zero le animazioni.
Più avanti rilasceremo un Template per le livree, in questo modo i Painters potranno dare sfoggio della loro bravura per creare così delle livree che hanno fatto la storia del "Chiodo".

Nel frattempo, lascio alcune info:

Sitoweb: http://www.mil-sim-projects.com/
Email: andrea.papaleo@mil-sim-projects.com
Skype: andrea.papaleo87

Nel mentre, auguro buon vento a tutti


3rd Party list projecs (in the comunicate):
-SIAI-Marchetti SF.260

-Aermacchi MB.339

- Aeritalia G.91

- AMX


The first proyect will be a MB.339 (with a 3D model on advanced stage)
Posted By: komemiute

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/05/12 12:00 AM

Hi everybody, it is with immense pleasure that I announce Mil-Sim Projects(Military Simulations Projects) reality, a 100% Italian reality.

We're a bunch of people that converged with the objective of making DCS Modules belonging to the Italian Military Airforce (AMI), like SF-260, MB339, AMX and many more that made AMI great, as the Gina (G-91).

As you may know, to create a DCS Module is everything but easy.
Every piece of the Jigsaw is quite a challenge, whether in 3D modeling, C++ programming through Lua coding and last but not least making great photo-realistic Textures.

It will take some time before we may experience a MB339 in DCS World, and why not over an Italian Scenery, and that's why we asked Sim Skunk Works for support, which we thank deeply for all the help on the 104, which is coming together little by little. Also thanks to the great deal of info we had and the passion itself that's driving us in re-creating such a flying legend, making our skies so safe through the past decades.

A 3D Cockpit is already being developed, while the external model is now completed with the animations we re-wrote from ground up.

Later on we will release a Template for textures creation, so that painters from all over the world will be able to perfect the library of liveries that made the "chiodo" (Nail) history.



Some extra info:

Web Site: http://www.mil-sim-projects.com/
Email: andrea.papaleo@mil-sim-projects.com
Skype: andrea.papaleo87

Nel mentre, auguro buon vento a tutti



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Translation freely adapted by Komemiute.
I'm in no way connected with the development team, just an Italian with some pride in this project,
Cheers.
Posted By: Ice.

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/05/12 08:03 PM

Thanks komemiute. Keep alert for more annoucments, so we can read along. :-)
Posted By: komemiute

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/06/12 11:12 AM

LOL, I'll keep my eyes open! wink
Posted By: JonnyD

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/06/12 06:41 PM

I would buy all 3 of those thumbsup

One point though - if the switch/button titles are in Italian, that big, black hole in the ground will be me!

I'm so pleased that there are seemingly plenty of nice 'steam-gauge' aircraft on the go.

Had enough of MFDs.
Posted By: komemiute

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/06/12 07:14 PM

I'd assume is not so hard to translate them, easier than translate a cockpit from Russian to English. At least it uses the same alphabet!
Posted By: JonnyD

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/06/12 09:45 PM

Posted By: Silver_Dragon

Re: Mil-Sim Projects - 11/29/12 10:13 PM

http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=1618068&postcount=1



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We are glad to announce that our team is now completed!
People involved in Mil-Sim-Projetc come from virtual squadrons like Frecce Tricolori Virtuali, Fighter Combat Simulations and 6° Stormo Diavoli Rossi.
Actually we are working on two develop lines and these are Lockheed Martin F-104G Starfighter and Alenia Aermacchi MB-339A.
We are in close contact with the Sim Skunk Works (a famous FSX software house who built F-104G/S/ASA and Harrier II) and with aircraft3D.com for the F-104G development, whereas MB-339 will be totally developed by Mil-Sim-Projects, particulary Frecce Tricolori Virtuali.
Furthermore our two aircrafts will be tested by two real pilots: a real F-104 Italian Airforce pilot and a real MB-339 instructor pilot.
We are sorry for our silence, but we are very busy in the realization of 3D cockpits, FM and systems implementations. When we will have some relevant news we will post here and in our new website.

Our website: http://www.mil-sim-projects.com/
Our Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/MilSimProjects?fref=ts

Greetings,
Duke
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