Welcome to Salzburg fellow Pilots!
Gaisberg Radio Tower is a facility for FM and TV-transmission on the Gaisberg mountain near Salzburg, Austria. It was the first large transmitter in Austria finished after the war and started its work on 22 August 1956. It used a 73-metre-high (240 ft) lattice tower and broadcast Austria's first radio station on 99.0MHz and third radio station on 94.8 MHz, each with 50 kW, as well as a TV station on channel 8 with 60/12 kW (picture/sound). During the 1980s an UHF antenna was put on top of the tower, bringing its height to 100 meters.
Please enjoy this handcrafted scenery enhancement along with the photogrammetry of Salzburg and/or the upcoming payware addon for Salzburg Airport by Digital Designs.
* Handcrafted 3D model of the tower using old construction plans. The dimension are correct, one observation platform needs to be fixed.
* High Quality PBR Materials
* LODs for performance improvement
* Night Lighting
* Surrounding area redux
* Observation platform is hexagonal where it should be rectangular
* Small refinements for 3D model needed (A few metal bars and satellite dishes are still missing!)
Enjoy your flight in Austria!