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Apple MacBook Pro

Apple MacBook Pro

This Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display 16 inch model is a high quality, photo real model that will enhance detail and realism to any of your rendering projects. The model has a fully textured, detailed design that allows for close-up renders, and was originally modeled in Cinema 4D R21 and rendered with Corona.

3D model of an Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch 2019.

Great for use in on-air television broadcast graphics.

– detailed enough for close-up renders
– the geometry of the model was created very neatly
– there are no n-gons or triangles
– the model is ready for use with or without subdivision surface

Objects, Materials and Textures:

– All materials are created with Corona v5.
– All objects have been uv unwrapped using Rizom UV
– The camera is not modeled, but is instead a texture.
– The speaker grills are not modeled. They are a material created using a standard C4D Tile Shader.
– The Torx screws used on the bottom are objects pulled from the Content Browser.

Organization of scene:

– all objects and materials names in scene are appropriated
– real world size (system units – mm)
– coordinates of location of the model in space (x0, y0, z0)
– does not contain extraneous or hidden objects (lights, cameras, shapes etc.)

File Formats:

– original file format – Cinema 4D R21 + Corona
– 3ds, obj, fbx (Multi Format)

Renders:

– all previews rendered Cinema 4D + Corona
– the model is completely ready for use visualization in Cinema 4D + Corona

3D Model Specifications

  • Geometry: Polygon mesh
  • Polygons: 14,329
  • Vertices: 15,571
  • Textures: Yes
  • Materials: Yes
  • UV Mapping: Yes
  • Unwrapped UVs: Yes
  • Animated: No
  • Rigged: Yes
  • Plugins Used: Corona v5

3D Model Formats

Native Application:
Cinema 4D R21

Renderer:
Corona

Exchange Formats:
3D Studio (.3ds)
Autodesk FBX (.fbx)
OBJ (.obj, .mtl)

Texture Files:
camera.png
desktop.png
keys_Diffuse.png
MacBook Pro-alpha.png
studio.hdr

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