Respiratory System, Lungs in a Human Body 3D Model (3ds max dxf fbx c4d lwo ma mb other 3dm hrc xsi texture obj)

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3D Model by 5starsModels

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THIS SCENE RENDERS EXACTLY AS ATACHED PREVIEW.

no Vray or any other plugin required.
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High resolution, realistic, detailed, medically and anatomically accurate model of a complete respiratory system with all parts.

- Created in 3dsmax

- State of the art texturing materials

- Anatomicaly and medicaly correct

- You can easly control mesh smoothnes of every part by aplied modifiers.

- geometry divided by elements (you can easlly change colors, materials)

- All parts fully maped

- This scene is perfect solution for very high resolution renderings: 8000x8000 pixels render time is about 7 mins

- Perfect solution for High Definition resolution medical visualisation, animation, commercial, etc. - 1 frame in HD render time is about 11 seconds

Scene Includes ALL parts of respiratory system:

- Teeth
- Mouth
- Lungs
- Diaphragm
- Bronchi
- Trachea
- Larynx
- Epiglottis
- Vocal Cords
- Thyroid Cartilage

This model is available for:

- 3ds max 2009 (Render Ready)
- Maya (textured)
- Cinema4D (textured)
- LightWave (textured)
- Softimage (textured)
- Right Hemisphere (textured)
- Rhinoceros
- Stereolithography

multi file formats for various software:

- 3DS (textured)
- OBJ (textured)
- FBX (textured)
- DXF

polygons: 815 579
vertices: 417 148

THIS MODEL HAS BEEN TESTED AND WORKS IN ALL AVAILABLE FORMATS.

By using this model in your project you are sure to please your audience with a top class, accurate representation of the human respiratory system.

Also check out my other anatomy models, just click on my user name to see complete gallery.

Functions of the respiratory system.

Oxygen is in the air around us.
It can penetrate the skin, but only in small quantities, completely inadequate to sustain life. There is a legend about Italian children, who were painted with gold paint to participate in a religious procession; the story goes on to say that they all died of suffocation because "the skin could not breathe." Based on scientific evidence, death from asphyxiation is completely excluded here, since the absorption of oxygen through the skin is barely measurable, and the release of carbon dioxide is less than 1% of its release through the lungs. The intake of oxygen and the removal of carbon dioxide is provided by the respiratory system. Transportation of gases and other substances necessary for the body is carried out with the help of the circulatory system. The function of the respiratory system is only to supply the blood with enough oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from it. Chemical reduction of molecular oxygen with the formation of water is the main source of energy for mammals. Without it, life cannot last longer than a few seconds. Oxygen reduction is accompanied by the formation of CO2. Oxygen entering into CO2 does not come directly from molecular oxygen. The use of O2 and the formation of CO2 are interconnected by intermediate metabolic reactions; theoretically, each of them last some time. The exchange of O2 and CO2 between the body and the environment is called respiration. In higher animals, the breathing process is carried out through a series of sequential processes. 1. The exchange of gases between the medium and the lungs, which is usually referred to as "pulmonary ventilation." 2. Gas exchange between the alveoli of the lungs and the blood (pulmonary respiration). 3. Gas exchange between blood and tissues. Finally, gases pass inside the tissue to the places of consumption (for O2) and from places of formation (for CO2) (cellular respiration). Loss of any of these four processes leads to breathing problems and creates a risk to human life.

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Specifications

  • Vertices417148
  • Polygons815579
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), 3D Studio Max file (.max), AutoCAD (.dxf), Autodesk FBX file (.fbx), Cinema 4D (.c4d), Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws), Maya (.ma .mb), Rhino (.3dm), Softimage (.hrc, .xsi), StereoLithography (.stl), Texture, Wavefront (.obj), Other 3D Model File Format
  • Optimized-forRender Ready
  • NID34846
3D Model ID: 201077

Published on: March 12, 2013
3D Artist: 5starsModels