|3ds Max 2010||V-Ray 2010|
|3ds Max 2010||Default Scanline|
Gyrodrop is a free-fall tower ride. A drop tower is a type of amusement ride, based around a central structure or tower. With most drop towers, the gondola is lifted to the top of a large vertical structure, before being released and falling towards the ground. Brakes activate to slow the ride prior to reaching the ground. Some designs expand on this concept, with some designs promoting rotating gondalas or that riders be 'bounced' several times before coming to a rest.
Most parks and carnivals require riders to be 48 inches (122 cm) or taller. The highest and fastest freefall/drop tower in the world is an Intamin designed and manufactured ride named 'the Giant Drop'. The ride is 390 feet (119 m) high and reaches a speed of 84.375 mph (140.6 km/h), the ride is located at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, Australia
Drop towers vary in height, passenger capacity, lift type, and brake type. Many are custom made, although there are some mass-produced designs
Format:- .max, .obj, .3ds, dxf
Other Technical Details:
This package contains 2 files:
1. for V-Ray users:
This file is exclusively designed for V-Ray use. Materials and Lights in this file have been designed using V-Ray features for extremely photorealistic results. This includes V-Ray lights and materials and lights. You would need to have V-Ray 8.0 to use this file.
2. For non V-Ray users:
This file does not use V-Ray materials and lights. This would render as per your local lighting used.
Files in this package:
1 3dsmax model file for use with V-Ray
1 3dsmax model file for use without V-Ray
1 Bump texture
1 poster texture
1 HDRI image for reflection in v-ray file
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