Teleporter

by Solancla

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The Teleporter is a high detail model of a fictitious teleporter machine similar to those seen in sci-fi movies.
The door is rigged to open and close by dragging a slider, the slider can be keyframed at any time for greater control of the animation.

The rig also controls external lights of the machine.
Texture maps were used in the interior of the machine and for some diffuse effects.

Most texture resolution are on the range of (2048x2048), other small details textures are in the range of (1024x512)

While the sky texture included in the package can give you good results, you should consider replacing it with you own sky textures.

While the Teleporter should be the only model included on the package, we decided to include all objects seen on the product images as a bonus, the only exception is the male 3d character seen on some of the images which is NOT included.

If you have any inquiries about this 3d model or any of our digital assets please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you,
Solancla
  • ID1124
  • Published onSun Mar 10 2013
  • $20.00
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Available Formats

  • Cinema4D R10
    41.1 M.

Technical Details

    • scale units
      NA
    • polygons
      1,820,761
    • points
      1,906,754
    • materials
      yes
    • textures
      yes
    • uv
      none
    • rig
      no
    • animated
      no
    • 3D printable
      no
    • Renderer
      NA

License

CGSignal Standard License

 

You are free to:

Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, including commercially.

The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.

Under the following terms:

You may NOT redistribute or resale the licensed content, unless it is used as licensed.

You may NOT distribute purchased contents using (VRML, WebGL) or any other technology that allows open access to the licensed contents data.

https://www.cgsignal.com/content-license

Questions? please contact us