This is a high poly 3D Model of the WWII US Military Little Boy Atomic Hydrogen Bomb. This model is in Factory new condition depicting no wear or use.
'Little Boy' was the codename of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 by the B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay, piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbets of the 393d Bombardment Squadron, Heavy, of the United States Army Air Forces.
This Product was developed using actual photos and specification sheets of this unit. Some aspects may be incomplete or inaccurate due to the limited information available on US Military Equipment. This 3D Model was developed to the best of our knowledge to provide the most accurate depiction of this item.
The 3ds Max, .max file is 6.48 MB in size, the .3ds file is 3.40 MB in size, and the .obj file is 10.7 MB in size.
All rendered images where completed using 3ds Max mental ray 2010. This package is for the 3D model product(s) depicted above as seen in the rendered images only. The background scenery, lights, and cameras in the rendered images are not included with this product. The rendered images where not enhanced in any way, but are the actual render outputs from mental ray.
Please Note: Due to limitations in exported File Formats, the Textures may have to be re-applied manually on this product. All textures and 3D Model files are included in the downloadable zip files.
Imagetek3D has a background in the Simulation Training Arena, and has developed simulation quality models and animated sequences for many clients, including the Canadian Air Force Helicopter Simulation Training Project. Imagetek3D develops high quality, high polygon 3D Models at a cost effective price. They are designed to key factors for simulation purposes and realism. These 3D Models are very high in detail as can be seen in the rendered images.
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