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Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

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Picture of Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. Boeing announced that it was developing a stretched development of the 767-200 in February 1982, and the resulting 767-300 features a 6.42m (21ft 1in) stretched body consisting of fuselage plugs forward (3.07m/10ft 1in) and behind (3.35m/11ft) the wing centre section with teh same flightdeck and avionics as the 767-200. The 767-300 finally entered service in September 1986 with a wing span 47.57m (156ft 1in), length 54.94m (180ft 3in), height 15.85m (52ft 0in). It has a 2 flight crew and can accomidate up to 350 passengers. 1024x1024 and 1536x1536 texture maps included Aircraft Dimensions: Lenghth: 129 ft 6 in (39.5 m) Wingspan 117 ft 5 in (35.7 m) Overall height 41 ft 3 in (12.6 m) Boeing 737-800 is painted in factory scheme and optimized for Vue as a non-exportable at approximatly 5000 polgons, this model witch is perfect for mid-air and background scene props at the airport. Hide landing gear node for flight. 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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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

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Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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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Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Cessna Citation CJ4 The CJ4 has a length of 53'4", a wingspan of 50'10", and a height of 15'5". The cabin is 17'4" long, with a height of 4'9" and a width of 4'10". The CJ4 can seat up to 9 passengers. It's empty weight is 10,280 lbs, and it has a useful load of 6,950 lbs and a maximum cruise speed of 451 knots, a range of 2,165 nautical miles, and a service ceiling of 45,000 ft. It has a takeoff field length of 3,410 ft. The CJ4 has a distinctive swept-back wing design and a T-tail configuration. The CJ4 is that it is the largest aircraft in the CitationJet family, with a huge 17'4" long state-of-the-art cabin, cutting-edge avionics, and luxurious interior upgrades that enhance passenger comfort and convenience. The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses seven distinct "families" of aircraft. The CitationJet is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, a pressurized cabin, a T-tail, and is powered by two turbofan engines that are pylon mounted on the rear fuselage. The Cessna Citation CJ4 (Model 525C) is part of the Citation business jet family. It is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding another two feet to the CJ3 cabin. The CJ4 also introduces a different wing design than the earlier models. It borrows the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign. The CJ4 was introduced in 2006. The first CJ4 business jet lifted off from McConnell AFB at Wichita, KS on Monday, May 5, 2008, with the first deliveries starting up in 2010. This is a digital model of a Cessna Citation CJ4 with a striped texture. .: Product Features (Vue Esprit VOB) :. - Low-poly, game-ready model, with approx 1,760 polygons. - Includes left and right fans as separate groups, which you can animate. - Does not include any landing gear. - This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model. - The model is UV mapped and one texture (1024x1024 pixels, jpg format) is included. This model is exportable and fully licensed for use in games and apps. Also works great as background scene-filler. Modeled By: Digimation, Conversion by Dream Cutter for VanishingPoint Downloadable File Size: 80 K (approx.) Polygon Count: 1760 (approx.) System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, E-On Software Vue Esprit version 5 or higher. File Format: Vue .vob Exportable Texturing: Texture Maps This product contains VOB file only.

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Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

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Picture of Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Cessna Citation CJ4 The CJ4 has a length of 53'4", a wingspan of 50'10", and a height of 15'5". The cabin is 17'4" long, with a height of 4'9" and a width of 4'10". The CJ4 can seat up to 9 passengers. It's empty weight is 10,280 lbs, and it has a useful load of 6,950 lbs and a maximum cruise speed of 451 knots, a range of 2,165 nautical miles, and a service ceiling of 45,000 ft. It has a takeoff field length of 3,410 ft. The CJ4 has a distinctive swept-back wing design and a T-tail configuration. The CJ4 is that it is the largest aircraft in the CitationJet family, with a huge 17'4" long state-of-the-art cabin, cutting-edge avionics, and luxurious interior upgrades that enhance passenger comfort and convenience. The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses seven distinct "families" of aircraft. The CitationJet is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, a pressurized cabin, a T-tail, and is powered by two turbofan engines that are pylon mounted on the rear fuselage. The Cessna Citation CJ4 (Model 525C) is part of the Citation business jet family. It is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding another two feet to the CJ3 cabin. The CJ4 also introduces a different wing design than the earlier models. It borrows the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign. The CJ4 was introduced in 2006. The first CJ4 business jet lifted off from McConnell AFB at Wichita, KS on Monday, May 5, 2008, with the first deliveries starting up in 2010. This is a digital model of a Cessna Citation CJ4 with a striped texture. .: Product Features (Vue Esprit VOB) :. - Low-poly, game-ready model, with approx 1,760 polygons. - Includes left and right fans as separate groups, which you can animate. - Does not include any landing gear. - This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model. - The model is UV mapped and one texture (1024x1024 pixels, jpg format) is included. This model is exportable and fully licensed for use in games and apps. Also works great as background scene-filler. Modeled By: Digimation, Conversion by Dream Cutter for VanishingPoint Downloadable File Size: 80 K (approx.) Polygon Count: 1760 (approx.) System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, E-On Software Vue Esprit version 5 or higher. File Format: Vue .vob Exportable Texturing: Texture Maps This product contains VOB file only.

$4.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$5.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

$5.00
Picture of Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. Boeing announced that it was developing a stretched development of the 767-200 in February 1982, and the resulting 767-300 features a 6.42m (21ft 1in) stretched body consisting of fuselage plugs forward (3.07m/10ft 1in) and behind (3.35m/11ft) the wing centre section with teh same flightdeck and avionics as the 767-200. The 767-300 finally entered service in September 1986 with a wing span 47.57m (156ft 1in), length 54.94m (180ft 3in), height 15.85m (52ft 0in). It has a 2 flight crew and can accomidate up to 350 passengers. 1024x1024 and 1536x1536 texture maps included Aircraft Dimensions: Lenghth: 129 ft 6 in (39.5 m) Wingspan 117 ft 5 in (35.7 m) Overall height 41 ft 3 in (12.6 m) Boeing 737-800 is painted in factory scheme and optimized for Vue as a non-exportable at approximatly 5000 polgons, this model witch is perfect for mid-air and background scene props at the airport. Hide landing gear node for flight. Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

$5.00
Picture of Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Cessna Citation CJ4 The CJ4 has a length of 53'4", a wingspan of 50'10", and a height of 15'5". The cabin is 17'4" long, with a height of 4'9" and a width of 4'10". The CJ4 can seat up to 9 passengers. It's empty weight is 10,280 lbs, and it has a useful load of 6,950 lbs and a maximum cruise speed of 451 knots, a range of 2,165 nautical miles, and a service ceiling of 45,000 ft. It has a takeoff field length of 3,410 ft. The CJ4 has a distinctive swept-back wing design and a T-tail configuration. The CJ4 is that it is the largest aircraft in the CitationJet family, with a huge 17'4" long state-of-the-art cabin, cutting-edge avionics, and luxurious interior upgrades that enhance passenger comfort and convenience. The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses seven distinct "families" of aircraft. The CitationJet is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, a pressurized cabin, a T-tail, and is powered by two turbofan engines that are pylon mounted on the rear fuselage. The Cessna Citation CJ4 (Model 525C) is part of the Citation business jet family. It is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding another two feet to the CJ3 cabin. The CJ4 also introduces a different wing design than the earlier models. It borrows the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign. The CJ4 was introduced in 2006. The first CJ4 business jet lifted off from McConnell AFB at Wichita, KS on Monday, May 5, 2008, with the first deliveries starting up in 2010. This is a digital model of a Cessna Citation CJ4 with a striped texture. .: Product Features (Vue Esprit VOB) :. - Low-poly, game-ready model, with approx 1,760 polygons. - Includes left and right fans as separate groups, which you can animate. - Does not include any landing gear. - This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model. - The model is UV mapped and one texture (1024x1024 pixels, jpg format) is included. This model is exportable and fully licensed for use in games and apps. Also works great as background scene-filler. Modeled By: Digimation, Conversion by Dream Cutter for VanishingPoint Downloadable File Size: 80 K (approx.) Polygon Count: 1760 (approx.) System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, E-On Software Vue Esprit version 5 or higher. File Format: Vue .vob Exportable Texturing: Texture Maps This product contains VOB file only.

$4.00
Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$5.00
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

$6.00
Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

$5.00
Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

$6.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

$5.00
Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

$6.00
Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

$5.00
Picture of Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Cessna Citation CJ4 The CJ4 has a length of 53'4", a wingspan of 50'10", and a height of 15'5". The cabin is 17'4" long, with a height of 4'9" and a width of 4'10". The CJ4 can seat up to 9 passengers. It's empty weight is 10,280 lbs, and it has a useful load of 6,950 lbs and a maximum cruise speed of 451 knots, a range of 2,165 nautical miles, and a service ceiling of 45,000 ft. It has a takeoff field length of 3,410 ft. The CJ4 has a distinctive swept-back wing design and a T-tail configuration. The CJ4 is that it is the largest aircraft in the CitationJet family, with a huge 17'4" long state-of-the-art cabin, cutting-edge avionics, and luxurious interior upgrades that enhance passenger comfort and convenience. The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses seven distinct "families" of aircraft. The CitationJet is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, a pressurized cabin, a T-tail, and is powered by two turbofan engines that are pylon mounted on the rear fuselage. The Cessna Citation CJ4 (Model 525C) is part of the Citation business jet family. It is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding another two feet to the CJ3 cabin. The CJ4 also introduces a different wing design than the earlier models. It borrows the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign. The CJ4 was introduced in 2006. The first CJ4 business jet lifted off from McConnell AFB at Wichita, KS on Monday, May 5, 2008, with the first deliveries starting up in 2010. This is a digital model of a Cessna Citation CJ4 with a striped texture. .: Product Features (Vue Esprit VOB) :. - Low-poly, game-ready model, with approx 1,760 polygons. - Includes left and right fans as separate groups, which you can animate. - Does not include any landing gear. - This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model. - The model is UV mapped and one texture (1024x1024 pixels, jpg format) is included. This model is exportable and fully licensed for use in games and apps. Also works great as background scene-filler. Modeled By: Digimation, Conversion by Dream Cutter for VanishingPoint Downloadable File Size: 80 K (approx.) Polygon Count: 1760 (approx.) System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, E-On Software Vue Esprit version 5 or higher. File Format: Vue .vob Exportable Texturing: Texture Maps This product contains VOB file only.

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Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

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Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

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North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear 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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Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

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Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

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Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

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Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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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Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

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Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

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Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

$5.00
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$5.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

$5.00
Picture of Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. TThe Bombardier CDJ-705 aircraft, also known as the CRJ700 Series 705 LR, was developed to cater to the needs of regional airlines with specific operational requirements. Its purpose was to provide an aircraft that could accommodate a business class and a reduced maximum seating capacity, allowing it to operate under certain regional airline contracts that limit the number of passengers. The Series 705 seats 75 passengers and was introduced to meet the specific needs of these airlines. Landing gear not modeles (retracted, in flight). The CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft's sleek design has many advanced features to shuttle business execs in style. With a maximum take-off weight of 84,500 pounds (38,330 kg), a range capability of over 2,200 miles (3,500 km), and a cruising speed of 547 mph (880 km/h), it's a powerful and efficient aircraft. The Series 705 LR is powered by two General Electric CF34-8C5 turbofan engines, ensuring it can handle various regional routes with ease. The Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 LR aircraft has been a significant addition to the fleet of Air Canada Jazz, which was the launch customer for this aircraft in 2005. With 10 executive (business) class and 65 economy seats, it has provided a comfortable and efficient transportation option for passengers. Air Canada Jazz operates 16 Series 705 aircraft, showcasing the success and reliability of this regional airliner. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$5.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

$5.00
Picture of Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Cessna Citation CJ4 The CJ4 has a length of 53'4", a wingspan of 50'10", and a height of 15'5". The cabin is 17'4" long, with a height of 4'9" and a width of 4'10". The CJ4 can seat up to 9 passengers. It's empty weight is 10,280 lbs, and it has a useful load of 6,950 lbs and a maximum cruise speed of 451 knots, a range of 2,165 nautical miles, and a service ceiling of 45,000 ft. It has a takeoff field length of 3,410 ft. The CJ4 has a distinctive swept-back wing design and a T-tail configuration. The CJ4 is that it is the largest aircraft in the CitationJet family, with a huge 17'4" long state-of-the-art cabin, cutting-edge avionics, and luxurious interior upgrades that enhance passenger comfort and convenience. The Cessna CitationJet/CJ series (Model 525) are American turbofan-powered light corporate jets built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation brand of business jets encompasses seven distinct "families" of aircraft. The CitationJet is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear, a pressurized cabin, a T-tail, and is powered by two turbofan engines that are pylon mounted on the rear fuselage. The Cessna Citation CJ4 (Model 525C) is part of the Citation business jet family. It is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding another two feet to the CJ3 cabin. The CJ4 also introduces a different wing design than the earlier models. It borrows the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign. The CJ4 was introduced in 2006. The first CJ4 business jet lifted off from McConnell AFB at Wichita, KS on Monday, May 5, 2008, with the first deliveries starting up in 2010. This is a digital model of a Cessna Citation CJ4 with a striped texture. .: Product Features (Vue Esprit VOB) :. - Low-poly, game-ready model, with approx 1,760 polygons. - Includes left and right fans as separate groups, which you can animate. - Does not include any landing gear. - This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model. - The model is UV mapped and one texture (1024x1024 pixels, jpg format) is included. This model is exportable and fully licensed for use in games and apps. Also works great as background scene-filler. Modeled By: Digimation, Conversion by Dream Cutter for VanishingPoint Downloadable File Size: 80 K (approx.) Polygon Count: 1760 (approx.) System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, E-On Software Vue Esprit version 5 or higher. File Format: Vue .vob Exportable Texturing: Texture Maps This product contains VOB file only.

$4.00
Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

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Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

$6.00
Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

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Picture of North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

$6.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

$5.00
Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet  Aircraft object for Vue

Bombardier Challanger 604 Business Jet Aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Bombardier Challenger 604 is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines, each providing a massive 8,729 pounds of thrust. With a range of 4,077 nautical miles, it can fly from London to Chicago non-stop. The Challenger 604 is also a trailblazer in aviation technology. It was one of the first business jets to feature a glass cockpit, with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 integrated multi-function display panel instead of a bunch of dials and gauges. The Challenger 604 can reach a maximum speed of 539 mph and has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. This jet can fly higher than Mount Everest with a rate of climb of 4,345 feet per minute, it's like your personal fighter jet.

$5.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

$5.00
Picture of North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

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Picture of Angkor Temple object for Vue

Angkor Temple object for Vue

Seperate Archway (69k poly) and Spire (55k poly) .vob's so that you can quickly position and assemble the your Angkor Temple scene. Each model is made of evenly distributed, subividable triangulated UV Texture mapped mesh to facilitate vertex shaping and pipeline export. 3 Vue Materials used to create teh texture maps are also included, Ancient Temple Rock Walls.mat (chert), Ancient Rock Overgrowth.mat, Ancient Rock Lichen.mat The Angkor Temple Spire object is UV mapped and layered into 8 texture zones, while the Angkor Temple Archway object includes texture zones for roof ends, roof, column caps, columns, and column base. Created in the Angkor architecture style with the mesmerizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist influences this temple embraces the towering spres adorned with elaborate (eroded) bas-reliefs. This temple is characterized by their use of sandstone, which gives them a warm, golden glow that seems to change color with the light. The structures are symmetrical and balanced, with a central tower or shrine surrounded by smaller towers, galleries, and courtyards. We capture the stonework erosion and overgrowth with displacement to gve your render scenes plenty to marvel at. 92mb Download

$6.00
Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Corvette 2003 automobile object for Vue (.vob). The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. It has been proclaimed as "America's Sports Car". It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer. The Chevrolet Corvette C5 was produced by Chevrolet for the 1997 through 2004 model years. A major change from its predecessor the C4, the C5 featured a hydroformed box frame, a design that offered an improved structural platform, especially for a convertible body style. The transmission was relocated to the rear of the car to form an integrated, rear-mounted transaxle assembly. This digital model is based on the 2003 C5 version of the Chevrolet Corvette. Features: • Vue Posable Object: Vob, cr2/ png, with 338,261 polygons. • Digitally scanned from the actual car, which gives the digital model a highly accurate shape. • All four wheels have treads modelled into the mesh, so there`s no need for bump maps. • Highly detailed interior with modelled dials and switches. • Left and right doors can open and close. • Rear window can open and close. • Headlights can raise up. • Rotate all four wheels. • Steering wheel is turnable affects both the front wheels and steering wheel. • Two levers on the steering column can move up and down. • The seats can more front-to-back to accommodate Vue characters. • The hood does not open and there is no engine. 43 Vue Materials • Textures for the instrument panel, license plate and logos are included. • The rest of the materials use Vue materials, such as fabric, reflection, etc. This product is designed for use in Vue 9 and above.

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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue

Biltmore House object for Vue (.vob). New York architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House, a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. New York Architect architect Richard Morris Hunt designed Biltmore House,a french chateau inspired mansion built in 1889 and is considered at its time the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space. Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D. Usage License: You are completely free to use this figure in any commercial or non-commercial render, image, or animation. You may NOT sell or give away any files found in this zip package without express permission. You are free to redistribute your own textures as you wish, provided they do not use any images found in this zip file. You are free to use this model in your game or app, provided the end user can not extract the 3d model Product from licensed from VanishingPoint, model by Digimation Model Bank and Textured by Dream Cutter 3D.

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Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

Boeing 767-300 aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. Boeing announced that it was developing a stretched development of the 767-200 in February 1982, and the resulting 767-300 features a 6.42m (21ft 1in) stretched body consisting of fuselage plugs forward (3.07m/10ft 1in) and behind (3.35m/11ft) the wing centre section with teh same flightdeck and avionics as the 767-200. The 767-300 finally entered service in September 1986 with a wing span 47.57m (156ft 1in), length 54.94m (180ft 3in), height 15.85m (52ft 0in). It has a 2 flight crew and can accomidate up to 350 passengers. 1024x1024 and 1536x1536 texture maps included Aircraft Dimensions: Lenghth: 129 ft 6 in (39.5 m) Wingspan 117 ft 5 in (35.7 m) Overall height 41 ft 3 in (12.6 m) Boeing 737-800 is painted in factory scheme and optimized for Vue as a non-exportable at approximatly 5000 polgons, this model witch is perfect for mid-air and background scene props at the airport. Hide landing gear node for flight. Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.

$6.00
Picture of Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

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.

$10.00
Picture of Catacombs Set object for Vue

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.

$8.00
Picture of Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue

This product is a Cheverolet Chevelle automobile object for Vue in .vob format. The Chevrolet Chevelle was a mid-sized automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations for the 1964 through 1977 model years. The 1968 Chevelle got an all-new distinctly sculpted Body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. The car adopted a long-hood/short-deck profile with a high rear-quarter "kick-up". While all 1967 Chevelle models rode a 115-inch (2,900 mm) wheelbase, the 1968 coupes and convertibles now rode a sporty 112-inch (2,800 mm) wheelbase. Includes Vue multi-mats for green, red and black versions of the Chevelle. This digital model is based on the design of the "second generation" version, sold from 1968-1972.

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Picture of 40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

40's US Army Officer uniform for Victoria 4.2

A complete 1940's Womans Army Corps (WAC) uniform for Victoria 4.2 figure by DAZ 3D in runtime format for Poser Software or DAZ 3D Studio. Same textures as prior versions, rigged and fitted for V4.2 with new morphs to adjust skirt and jacket fit. Full Uniform includes conforming Jacket with Blouse & Tie, Skirt, and Shoes FIGURES with a Army Officer Hat PROP.

$4.99
Picture of Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

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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Picture of Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue

Abby Ruins Monastry object for Vue (.vob), 271,626 polygons. Includes conforming surrounding surrounding terrain that conforms to elevations of the ruins that is its own properties and materials. 92mb Download

$6.00