"Editors included with the game allow you to create your own routes,
activities and traffic patterns."
"Support for adding locomotives, scenery objects and cabs created with
suitable 2D paint packages and 3D modelling packages."
Does not share any code with Microsoft's Flight Simulator
First released in 2001, with a newer "version 2" that was supposed
to be released in 2004, but never was. Then it was going to be
"re-launched" in 2007, but it was killed again in 2009. The
article on MSTS2 has the history.
in general, there are no computerized records of fence locations in the
usual government geodata layers, but they could possibly be implied from property
boundaries, when those boundaries are available as GIS data
vtlib will dynamically construct a fence
or a wall, given coordinates (polyline)
a section of linear structure is described by a set of parameters:
A very common type of fence is "security fence", which consists of chain
link with the addition of barbed wire above it in many configurations.
This is found around e.g. every electrical plant and airport in the USA.
The fencing industry describes it this way: "Barbed Wire Extensions:
Steel angle extensions, cranked or straight are fixed to the posts and take
standard of three lines of barbed wire. Double Barbed Wire Extensions:
Two cranked extensions are provided, each taking three lines of barbed wire."
This presents a challenge to parameterization, as there are multiple
instances of connection.
highly suitable for procedural geometry construction