Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project NAAP: Great interactive demos. Use these to help you visualize motion in the celestial sphere and lunar phases! Note that the Flash demos no longer work so you need to download the (free) apps by downloading and installing the file 'NAAP Labs v1.1' (.msi for Windows, .pkg for MacOS). Once you download and install the labs you can access the apps.
Initially the 3DMark Vantage range included a free trial which allowed a single run, the Basic Edition priced at US$6.95 and the Advanced Edition priced at US$19.95. On March 15, 2011 Futuremark released an update for 3DMark Vantage that discontinued the trial edition and made the Basic Edition free to download.
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3D Textures is the website of João Paulo, a freelance designer and 3D artist from Portugal. He offers free seamless textures with diffuse, normal, displacement, occlusion, specularity and roughness maps. The quality is great, and you have the option to download all of the maps together in a ZIP file, or just download the one you need.
3DXO has around 600 free textures to choose from. Their website is incredibly easy to navigate: find what you are looking for through a keyword search, or browse their extensive categories list. With one click you can download a ZIP file containing diffuse, bump and specular maps.
RevitCity.com is similar to the SketchUp 3D Warehouse, in that the content is user-generated, and therefore the quality can be hit or miss. On the other hand, the amount of content specifically for Revit is overwhelming, and there are some cool features, like being able to comment on models and start conversations with other users. You can also rate the models. To download, comment or rate, you have to register a free account.
Bimstore is a great resource similar to Bimobject. Manufacturers can upload their objects to the platform, and it is free for users to view and download them. The bimstore team also regularly curates collections for easy access. You will need to create an account to download, or log in using your LinkedIn account.
Obviously one of the leaders in the lighting industry is Philips, who have developed an extremely handy and extensive database of IES profiles. You can access them all for free using their Philips Photometric Database. If you know which product you are using, you can search for that specific IES profile. However, what is so great about the tool is that you can search by light fixture, and see which lighting options are available for that fixture. Once you have selected your product, you can download the IES profile directly to your computer. 59ce067264