Coin operated binocular permanently mounted on a stalk. The device magnifies objects seen through its lenses, allowing users to see farther and more clearly than they could with the naked eye or with less powerful viewing devices. Coin operated binoculars are typically metallic and most swivel horizontally and vertically (within given axes of rotation) to permit a range of view. The viewing machines are commonly placed in tourist destinations and scenic lookouts for the purpose of viewing attractions and events of interest; they are also used in residential, business, recreational and government locations for the purposes of surveillance and safety monitoring.
width 60 cm x lenght 60 cm x height 160cm,
system units metric 1 unit=1cm.
Exported in two versions without subdivisions and with 1 subdivision.
Textures of info plates and panels bumps included, hdri map NOT included. Max files saved in vray and standard versions. Rendered with vray on one subdivision.