In AccuRC we offer 2 types of Scenery.
Photo sceneries are generated from spherical panoramas and take your right to the location they were shot in. Topographical detail and collision mapping are accurate with data taken from mapping services, so you can crash into whatever objects are visible on the panorama.
The “Free Roam” sceneries, comprised of actual 3D models, are ideal for FPV flying and exploring, offering a mix of cities, islands, stadiums and race tracks. Each Free Roam scene has a unique vibe to it,
Flying sites can be configured with realistic wind options, modelled on authentic wind gradients– for example, the higher you fly, the higher the wind speed gets. Additionally, the wind effects are non-linear and include gusting and turbulence, relating to the topography of each specific field.
Different surfaces offer varying levels of friction and ground handling properties for aircraft. Additionally, the ground will interact with moving objects such as rotor blades. There’s a fine line between a blade scrape and a crash!
Below you’ll find a list of sceneries currently available in AccuRC 2.
Some of the best pilots in the UK have competed at this site to become the winner of the 3D Championship, the UK's premier RC helicopter competition. How low can you go?
This is a beautiful airfield site at Lee-on-Solent airfield in southern england. The patch of grass among hangars is a great place for helicopters, putting your spatial awareness to the test. It is not recommended to crash into any of the parked full scale aircraft.
Beauilieu is an old World War 2 airbase. The concrete area is all that remains of the original Spitfire runway with the rest having been removed and returned to grass and scrub land. It is home to an active flying club and suitable for both helicopters and large aircraft.
Burridge is the local cricket pitch for a small rural village in the south of England, which is also frequented by aeromodelers. The close mown grass provides a nice flying site for both helicopters and small aircraft.
This is the disused runway 17/35 at Lee-on-Solent airfield, a military airbase opened in 1917 by the Royal Navy originally as a seaplane base. Enjoy the vast, open concrete runway with literal kilometers of free space in all directions.
Have you ever dreamed of competing among the best pilots in the world? GLOBAL 3D is the field for you! The world elite has repeatedly fought for the title of the world champion on this very field. Don't fly into the banners!
Join the biggest RC Heli jamboree in the world, this is IRCHA! Every year, thousands of pilots gather in this iconic location just outside Muncie, IN to have the time of their lives. Take on IRCHA's Center Stage, where the most glorious demos are flown, and where The ONE Competition and Battle of the Brands were/are held. Do you have what it takes?
The Litermonthalle in Nalbach is a small, light and airy sports hall for you to enjoy micros in. Watch out, the walls are closer than you think! Can you land on the ceiling?
The airfield of MF Emskirchen is a small RC field north-west of Nürnberg, Germany. Closely surrounded by a number of wind turbines, this field has a unique vibe to it and is especially well suited for RC heli flying.
The MFC Niederrhein airfield is situated north-west of Duisburg in Germany's Ruhr area, close to several industrial buildings. Don't let the low sun blind you!
An idyllic full size air strip which is home to a specialist light aircraft repair business. With light aircraft hangars to the side of the long runway, it suits both helicopters and large aircraft. Some say a few AccuRC pilots back in the day were even brave enough to fly 3D infront of the hangar doors right behind them- are you?
From 2011 to 2014, TrafficPort Venlo served as the location for 3D Masters and HeliMasters, the RC heli world championships back in the day. The expansive runway makes for an amazing airfield, allowing you to get creative with both large, big air maneuvers as well as smack on the deck. Some pilots were even brave enough to play with the banners, with a few paying the ultimate price.
This Olympic Stadium is one of our true 3D/Free Roam sceneries, which means you can take the camera anywhere you want! Switch to FPV, dive through the stands, behind the big TV and fly around the posts. The Race version of this scenery also has airgates for FPV racing.
This 3D sports hall is a great place for flying small helicopters and multicopters, even with different camera modes! Can you do indoor FPV tricks without hitting the walls or ceiling?
This vast, expansive free roam city scenery invites you to do exciting FPV flying. Chase cars, dive buildings, power loop the petrol station, all without being arrested!
Looking for a different challenge? It's a cloudy night in 2030, cities have changed drastically. Explore this futuristic environment in FPV or chase mode and fly among the bright neon lights of this futuristic city. We can't tell you either what to do when the traffic light switches to blue or orange, though.
Sun, sea and sand make this an FPV playground like you have never seen before. Explore the abandoned fisher's village, chase through the mountainous terrain and dive through the palm trees. Why not fly a heli at the beach while you're at it?
While this dirt oval is ideal for cars, we've been always wondering about one thing: What can lap this track quicker, Quadcopter or Car? Race your friends and find out!
This difficult car track will punish you hard if you can't stay in the lines. Rewards AccuRATE driving.