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last updated :
April 07th 1997
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INDEX

[ A-10 ] [ AH-64 ] [ B-1 ][ Bell Ranger ] [ Boeing 767 ]
[
F-117 ] [ F-14 ] [ F-15 ] [ F-16 ] [ F-18 ]
[ Hughes 500 ] [ MDD DC-10 ] [ Mil ] [ MiG-15] [ MiG-21 ] [ MiG-23 ] [ X-29 ]
[ other ][ WW I planes ] [ WW II planes ]

 

THE MODELS

A-10  
 

a10-a.wrl - ASCII, 97k
a10-a.zip - zip of a10-a.wrl above, 20k

  • This was originally a 3DS file I found in the UK-VR SIG archive. I added materials and lighting then converted it to vrml.

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AH-64  
 

ah64-a.wrl - ASCII, 110k
ah64-a.zip - zip of ah64-a.wrl above, 21k

  • This was originally a 3DS file I found in the UK-VR SIG archive. Also available from the Mesh Mart. I added materials and lighting then converted it to vrml.

ah64-wa.wrl - binary, 22k

  • This is the original vrml model found in the UK-VR SIG archive. The face normals are not quite what they should be - needs some work.

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B-1  
 

b1-a.wrl - ASCII, 264k
b1-a.zip - zip of b1-a.wrl above, 49k

  • This was originally a 3DS file I found in the UK-VR SIG archive. Also available from the Mesh Mart. I added materials and lighting then converted it to vrml. The belly needs some patching. Original source thought to be Avalon.

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Bell Ranger
 

bellrg-a.wrl - ASCII, 579k
bellrg-a.zip - zip of b1-a.wrl above, 166k

  • This was originally a 3DS file I found in the UK-VR SIG archive. Also available from the Mesh Mart and a couple of other ftp sites. Converted to vrml. Original source of dataset thought to be Avalon (or is it an Autodesk demo?). Basic materials only.

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Boeing 767
 

767-wa.wrl - binary, 27k

  • This is the original vrml model found in the Mesh Mart. Just basic materials. Original source Avalon

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F-117
 

f117-wa.wrl - binary, 6k

  • A very simple F-117 vrml model. Try to swithch between flat and Gouraud lighting if you use live3d. Default material. Probable original source - Avalon.

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F-14  
 

f14-a.wrl - ASCII, 346k
f14-a.zip - zip of f14-a.wrl above, 63k

  • This was originally a 3DS file which you can find in various ftp archives under the name bigf14.3ds (the Mesh Mart and UK VR-SIG have it). I found a reference saying the original dataset comes from Avalon. Done some minor modifications, added the cockpit interior, materials and lighting then converted it to vrml. Yes, I know the missiles are not in the right places - I'll take care of that.

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F-15
 

f15-a.wrl - ASCII, 482k
f15-a.zip - zip of f15-a.wrl above, 91k

  • The original data set came as a wireframe performance demo from SGI with an Indigo R4000 I once had (great little workstation - they don't make them like that any more). I used the vertex data and generated the polygons with a little piece of code. Obviously something went wrong around the top side of the air intakes - didn't yet have time to fix it. This one is not yet ready but I still include a link to it for the curious.

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F-16  
 

f16-a.wrl - ASCII, 201k
f16-a.zip - zip of f16-a.wrl above, 42k

  • This was originally an Inventor file - came with a SGI workstation as a demo. Brought it to the pc platform using a small filter, added materials and lighting then converted it to vrml.

f16-wa.wrl - binary, 92k

  • This is a vrml model found in the UK-VR SIG archive. Seems this model uses the same original dataset (anybody knows the source?) as the Inventor model I had.

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F-18  
 

f18-a.wrl - ASCII, 1107k
f18-a.zip - zip of f18-a.wrl above, 232k

  • This was originally a 3DS file (named fighter.3ds) that came as a 3D Studio demo - can also be found in a number of ftp archives (usually bearing the f18 name). Converted to vrml - needs some work to reduce size. Excellent model - although HUGE ! The probable source is Autodesk - but I'm not sure - found some references to it that say it's from Avalon.

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