Suppose you have a case involving a Ford Explorer SUV police vehicle, which had lights and push bumper, and you need to add it to your Virtual CRASH simulation, but this vehicle is not in the Virtual CRASH database. Don't give up. You can make this yourself using the 3D modeling capabilities of Virtual CRASH 3!
So, you're working on your t-bone impact animation for trial, and now you want to put a traffic signal timing symbol into your crash animation, rather than using text annotation. As is usually the case with Virtual CRASH 3, there is a way to do it by taking advantage of Virtual CRASH's amazing versatility. Below we will review the procedure for creating a traffic signal symbol with animated signal timing.
Have mercy on your microprocessor. When importing large dxf or 3ds meshes for use in your simulation environment, be considerate to your system's resources. In this post, we're going to discuss importing large terrain meshes.