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Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, affectionately known as the "BUFF" (Big Ugly Fat Fellow), was developed to serve as a long-range, heavy bomber for the United States Air Force. Its purpose was to provide a strategic nuclear deterrent and conventional bomb delivery capability during the Cold War. The B-52's massive size and distinctive design is quite menacing in appearance. With a wingspan of 185 feet (56 meters) and a length of over 160 feet (49 meters), the Stratofortress is a true behemoth of the skies. Its eight engines are mounted in four twin pods under the wings, giving it a unique and imposing look. The B-52 has a storied history of service. It has been used in various conflicts, including the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, the Bosnian War, and the Kosovo War. In the 1991 Gulf War, B-52s flew from Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean and even from the mainland United States to strike targets in Iraq. The aircraft has also been used in more recent conflicts, such as the Afghanistan War and the air campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Throughout its service life, the B-52 has been continuously upgraded and modified to meet changing operational needs. The aircraft has demonstrated its versatility by serving as a "mother ship" for air-launching experimental aircraft, such as the X-15 and the X-43. Despite its age, the B-52 remains a critical component of the U.S. Air Force's bomber fleet and is expected to continue serving well into the future. Product for Vue includes 2 object models, one rigged to pose and animate, and one that is a not rigged which includes 2 varients, landing gear up and gear down. Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.
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Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Dassault Mirage IIIC was developed as a single-seat, all-weather interceptor, intended to serve as a high-speed, high-altitude fighter for the French Air Force. It was the first production model of the Mirage III family, and its purpose was to provide a capable and versatile aircraft for air defense and interception roles. The Mirage IIIC is sexy sleek, with delta-wing design which gives it a distinctive waisted profile that contributed to its aerodynamic efficiency. The Mirage IIIC was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09B turbojet engine, which provided a top speed of Mach 2.2, making it one of the fastest fighters of its time. The Mirage IIIC saw extensive service with the French Air Force, as well as with several other air forces around the world. The aircraft played a significant role in the Six-Day War in 1967, where it was used by the Israeli Air Force to great effect. In the conflict, the Mirage IIIC proved to be a formidable air-to-air fighter, with Israeli pilots claiming numerous victories against enemy aircraft. The Mirage IIIC also saw combat during the Yom Kippur War in 1973, further demonstrating its capabilities as a versatile and effective fighter aircraft. Dimensions: Length: 49.29 feet (15.03 meters) Wingspan: 26.25 feet (8 meters) Height: 14.76 feet (4.5 meters) Object Model Features • Rigged Object Model Size: 17,322 polygons • Landing Gear retract 10s animation sequence • Rudder pivot to move left and right. • Left and right Flaperons, gear flaps, canopy pivot points set to rotate properly, independantly.
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Catacombs Set object for Vue

Catacombs Set for Vue (.vob) offers a unique and intriguing to render into the past, where history intertwines with mystery. It's a chance to capture the vision of hidden depths of cities and render the stories of those long gone. Plus, there's something undeniably fascinating about rendering figures of the living among the final resting places of millions. This set gives the oppertunity to rendert a scene that presents a sobering reminder of our own mortality, wrapped up in a historical and sometimes spooky adventure. Just remember to bring a flashlight and a sense of humor – you never know what you might encounter down there! This is a full set that includes tons of separate parts, which can be hidden or shown for more customization. Don`t want the torches on the wall? How about the spider webs or skulls or hangman nooses? Or maybe you don`t need the columns in the middle of the room. They`re separate parts, so go ahead and hide them. A set of stairs leads down to the bottomless void... Includes hidable ceiling and roofs for easy scene setup. Loads as the full scene, however individual objects can be seperated or repositioned in Vue. These include: Ground Barrel (16), Base (7), Basin, Bed, Big Base, Boots, Candle (5), Casket,, Casket Cover, Ceiling, ChainHammer, Chair (3), Chandelier (3), Chest-Metal Closed, Chest-Metal Open, Chest-Wood Closed, Chest-Wood Open, Coffin Broken, Column (14), Column-Old (2), Dishes, Door (4), FrontWall, Gallows (3), Gate (7), Gauntlets, Hammer, IronHammer, Knife, KnifeOld, LeftWall, MetalChain (2), Metal-Door Left, Metal-Door Right, Net(17), OldAxe. Pillar (7), PortCullis, Prison, RearWall, RightWall, Roof (5), Scythe, Skeleton (3), Skull (3). Small-Metal Chain (4), Stairs, Statue (2), Table, Table Old, Table Wood, Torch Metal (9), Torch Wooden (2), Walls, Window (3). Catacomb Scene for Vue, 179,515 polygons, modeled by Yassine and converted for Vue by Dream Cutter for Vanishing Point. All textured based materials with maps at 1024x1024 pixels. To reveal interion hide Ceiling, roof and/or four outer walls.
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Airbus A319 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Airbus A320 family consists of short- to medium-range, narrow-body, commercial passenger twin-engine jet airliners manufactured by Airbus. The family includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321, as well as the ACJ business jet. The A319 is a shortened, minimum-change version of the A320. Also known as the A320M-7, it is 3.73 metres (12 ft 3 in) shorter than the A320; four frames fore of the wing and three frames aft of the wing were removed. The reduced seating reduces the emergency exits to six. With virtually the same fuel capacity as the A320-200, and fewer passengers, the range with 124 passengers in a two-class configuration extends to 6,650 km (3,590 nmi), or 6,850 km (3,700 nmi) with the "Sharklets". This digital model is based on the Airbus A-319 aircraft with a red and white "UB" texture. Includes landing gear and Vue material based on 2048 high resolution texture maps.
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Airbus A300 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format.The Airbus A300, developed by a consortium of European aerospace manufacturers, aimed to challenge American dominance in the aviation industry. Its maiden flight in 1972 marked the beginning of Airbus's journey to becoming a major player in the market. The A300 introduced innovations such as a two-man forward-facing cockpit and the first application of composites on secondary and primary structures. Despite initial skepticism, it became a commercial success, paving the way for Airbus's future growth and the development of other successful models like the A310, A330, and A340. • 2 Vue figure: Vob, 1,842 polygons each. A300 Flight & A300 Landed are grouped nodes. Ungroup and Pose using Object Editor • Moving parts: - Rudder - Left and right elevators. - Left and right wing flaps. - The landing gear (A300 Landed Object) .: Textures :. • Includes one texture map, at 1024x1024 pixels. Note: the texture map may look pixellated when viewed close-up. Model by Digimation, with Vue conversion by Dream Cutter for Vanishing Point 3d.
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Airbus A350-900 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Airbus A350-900 was developed to compete with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and 777, aiming for equal or better range and efficiency. It features a wider cabin than the 787, allowing for high-density configurations, and boasts quieter cabins and optimized air quality. The A350-900 first flew in 2013 and entered service in 2015 with Qatar Airways, marking a significant milestone for Airbus. The aircraft's success has been notable, with over 900 orders placed by various airlines worldwide, reflecting its impact on the aviation industry and its role in shaping the future of air travel. Properly scaled Airbus A350-900 model with turbines that can be animated independantly. Material includes 2048x2048 high detail, editable UV wrapped texture maps. Modeled by Digimation with Vue conversion by Dream Cutter for Vanishing Point
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