Continuing from part 1, here’s more examples of fascinating glitches in the photogrammetry rendered scenery around New York and surrounding area.
Flying West from Floyd Bennet Field, here’s an unusual road traffic pattern at Gerritsen Inlet Bridge, Brooklyn, complete with some find of stone spire:
Continuing West to Coney Island, it looks like it’s been decimated by a hurricane. I love that the Ferris Wheel is rendered as a solid disk (to the right of the window opening):
Apparently it’s been so long that Coney Island has been closed under COVID-19 lockdown that the coaster has become overgrown with trees:
As a comparison with FSX, Coney Island has a modeled scenery object for the ferris wheel and the wooden coaster, but the rest of the amusement park is covered with autogen trees:
Back to FS 2020, the Steeplechase Pier is partially underwater, but odd that the end of the pier is actually rendered as a solid object:
Coney Island rail yard is also overgrown with trees:
Continuing towards the south edge of New Jersey port area, there’s some melty dock scenery, and docked ships are spouting some trees:
The Bayonne Bridge is looking a bit solid:
This whole dock area is full of some of my favorite scenery glitches in FS 2020 so far (I had a few screenshots in my earlier post), solid cranes – there’s plenty here:
Flying towards Newark Airport, Port Newark has plenty of cranes that are all rendered in the same solid style:
There’s also plenty of ships fully loaded with trees, and other pointy things:
The railyard along side the airport also has trains full of trees:
This area around New York is full of interesting scenery glitches, I’ll continue with another post shortly.