This is a 3D model of the floating LiDAR buoy, an advanced offshore instrument used to measure wind speeds and gather valuable data for assessing the potential of offshore wind energy projects. These buoys are equipped with LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology, which uses laser pulses to accurately measure wind characteristics at different heights above the ocean surface. The buoy’s floating design allows it to be deployed in deep waters, providing crucial wind data for offshore wind farm developments without the need for fixed structures. Floating LiDAR buoys play a significant role in optimizing wind farm layouts and ensuring efficient and sustainable harnessing of offshore wind resources.
This model was designed for use as a real-time asset (see information about LODs)
PBR (Roughness / Metalness workflow) textures
Model is built to a real-world scale
Units used: Meters
Scene objects are organized into groups
This model contains poles (more than 5 edges that converge to a single vertex.
INFORMATION ABOUT LODS (triangles)
Autodesk Maya 2023 (Arnold)
Matmoset Toolbag 3
AVAILABLE FILE FORMATS
BaseColor, ORM, Normal
INFORMATION ABOUT TEXTURES
Preview pictures made in NVIDIA Omniverse™ USD Composer in interactive path-trace rendering mode (USD file included in the package without skybox and ocean plane). Please contact us if you have any questions about the model.