A collection of 4 different coloured traffic cones optimized for use in video games or realtime applications.
contains fbx and obj format meshes, as well as 4k png format texture maps for metallic roughness PBR material with AO.
includes both opengl and directx normal maps, as well as prepacked metallic/smoothness texture for unity and prepacked AO/roughness/metallic texture for unreal engine for your convenience.
416 triangles, 434 verts each.
Traffic cones are cone-shaped markers, usually made from plastic, that are put on roads to temporarily redirect automobile traffic in a safe manner. Traffic cones also called road cones, safety cones or pylons.Traffic cones were invented in 1914 by Charles P. Rudabaker. The first cones were made of concrete.
Traffic cones are usually placed around construction sites or roadside accidents. As well, many utility companies such as telephone companies and electric companies place cones on the road when utility workers are working on or near the road. Cones are also used by driving schools to set up tests of turning and parking skills. They have many other uses including bike training, fun and for personal use like reserving parking spaces.
Traffic cones are easily movable and about 60 cm (24 inches) tall. Traffic cones come in many different colors, with orange, yellow and red being the most common colors. Many types of traffic cones have reflective strips or stripes of reflective paint, so that the cones are easier to see at night.
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