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Modular Command Chair

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Product: Modular Command Chair
Product Code: ps_ac1834b
DAZ Original: YES
Created By: Davorama
Released: December 13, 2006


Product Information

  • Required Products: None

Product Notes

* Notes from the artist:
* You can find new icons for loading this product in the following Poser Libraries:
* Figures: “E-Furn1 Galv”
* Pose: “E-Furn1 White”


Thank you for purchasing the Modular Command Chair.


This exciting new product create by Davo/Davorama is a perfect companion product to the S.F.C.S Sci-Fi Construction Sets 1 & 2 and other equipment furnishings created by Davo


The Modular Command Chair will be extracted to your Runtime Character libraries under the titles:
E-FURN1 GALV
E-FURN1 WHITE


These two folders contain the Modular Chair and all it's componants with the Galvanized Metal and White/Grey texture themes.


The Modular Chair package is comprised of separate figures that have been parented together to create a finished chair. All the componants come separately as well as in three pre-assembled styles with all the parenting already completed. The chair and componants feature ambient lit buttons, panels and screens that will glow in low lit scenes.


Chair: The Chair stand alone has base pedestal, posable seat with posable arm rests, hand pads, headrest and head set. The headset and headrest can be rotated/moved to desired position. The headset (larger headrest) can be hidden to expose the smaller headrest that is beneath it. There is also a posable harness system on the chair. If you do not want to see it, you can make it invisible.


Consoles 1-3: These are separte console componants, a mid console and 2 (right and left) consoles. The right and left consoles have posable switches.


Console Set 1: The console set is a figure that is made of consoles 1-3 conveniently in one console.


Joystick: The joystick is a posable right hand Joystick with posable/movable dials, buttons and trigger.


Monitor 1: Monitor 1 is a curved screen monitor, it comes in 2 versions, trans and non-trans. The trans version has a transparent screen with bright red grid showing. Non-trans version has a solid screen with ambient light propertiers so it glows in the dark.


Monitor 2: Monitor 2 is a large 3 piece screen, one central screen, 2 posable side screens. Monitor 2 comes in 2 versions, trans and non-trans. The trans version has a transparent screen with bright red grid showing. Non-trans version has a solid screen with ambient light propertiers so it glows in the dark.


Monitor 3: This is a 3 piece screen which has a single frame with 3 posable screens contained within it. The screens can tilt to desired angle.


Pedals: The pedals figure is a foot pedal assembly with posable joints and feet pads. This can be parented to the chair and other equipment when needed.


Stand Large: The large stand is an articulated stand than can be suspended from a ceiling and hold the chair on it's last segment. It can be used to support anything.


Stand Small: The small stand can be used to support smaller consoles and items.


Assembly 1: Assembly 1 is a pre-assembled chair configuration for a floor mounted chair with overhead screens.


Assembly 2: Assmebly 2 is a pre-assembled chair configuration for a ceiling mounted/suspended chair. It has a see-through screen assembly.


Assembly 3: Assembly 3 is a simple basic chair configuratino for a floor mounted chair. Only the feet pedals have been parented to the chair.


You can parent different configurations together in poser and save your new configuration back to the library for further use.


Be sure to also check out the available Alternate texture packs for the Modular Command Chair available at daz3d.


More of Davorama's products can be found at daz3d.com and also a large variety of companion products at www.powerfusion3d.com.


Artist's Acknowledgments:
Thanks again for your puchase, I hope you enjoy using this fine product,

Davo
[email protected]

Resolved Issues

  • None

Known Issues

  • None

Support

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File Listing


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\Runtime\Geometries\powerfusion3d\efurn1\
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ef1_CHAIR.OBJ
ef1_CON1.OBJ
ef1_CON2.OBJ
ef1_CON3.OBJ
ef1_CONset1.OBJ
ef1_JOYSTK.obj
ef1_MON1.OBJ
ef1_MON2.OBJ
ef1_MON3.OBJ
ef1_PEDS.OBJ
ef1_STAND1.OBJ
ef1_STAND2.OBJ
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\Runtime\libraries\character\E-Furn1 Galv\
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Asembly 3.png
Assembly 1.cr2
Assembly 1.png
Assembly 2.cr2
Assembly 2.png
Assembly 3.cr2
Assembly 3.png
Chair.cr2
Chair.png
console 1.cr2
Console 1.png
console 2.cr2
Console 2.png
console 3.cr2
Console 3.png
Console Set 1.cr2
Console Set 1.png
joystick.cr2
Joystick.png
Monitor 1 no Trans.cr2
Monitor 1 no Trans.png
Monitor 1 Trans.cr2
Monitor 1 Trans.png
Monitor 2 no Trans.cr2
Monitor 2 No Trans.png
Monitor 2 Trans.cr2
Monitor 2 Trans.png
Monitor 3.cr2
Monitor 3.png
pedals.cr2
Pedals.png
Stand Large.cr2
Stand Large.png
Stand Small.cr2
Stand Small.png
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\Runtime\libraries\character\E-Furn1 White\
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Asembly 3.png
Assembly 1.cr2
Assembly 1.png
Assembly 2.cr2
Assembly 2.png
Assembly 3.cr2
Assembly 3.png
Chair.cr2
Chair.png
console 1.cr2
Console 1.png
console 2.cr2
Console 2.png
console 3.cr2
Console 3.png
Console Set 1.cr2
Console Set 1.png
joystick.cr2
Joystick.png
Monitor 1 no Trans.cr2
Monitor 1 no Trans.png
Monitor 1 Trans.cr2
Monitor 1 Trans.png
Monitor 2 no Trans.cr2
Monitor 2 No Trans.png
Monitor 2 Trans.cr2
Monitor 2 Trans.png
Monitor 3.cr2
Monitor 3.png
pedals.cr2
Pedals.png
Stand Large.cr2
Stand Large.png
Stand Small.cr2
Stand Small.png
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\Runtime\textures\powerfusion3d\efurn1\
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ef1-chair_galv.jpg
ef1-chair_white.jpg
ef1-cons_galv.jpg
ef1-cons_white.jpg
ef1-mons_galv.jpg
ef1-mons_white.jpg
ef1-screens_set1.jpg