The polygoniq team has announced the release of the new version of traffiq, the extended car library.
polygoniq, a prominent 3D visualization software development studio, has emerged as a go-to provider among game developers, 3D modelers, and other creatives that require high-quality 3D visualizations. polygoniq's advanced software is specifically designed to address the needs of various industries, including architecture, product design, and engineering, among others.
If you are not familiar yet with the extended libraries created by the polygoniq team, the developers have built materialiq, an extended library of materials, botaniq, an ever-expanding library of optimized & realistic 3D vegetation, traffiq, a library of realistic, optimized assets of various vehicles and traffic-related assets for architectural visualizations, environmental design, rendering streets, and aquatic, 2D and 3D water assets collection.
Recently, the team announced the release of the latest version of their car library, traffic 1.7. The new version of traffiq brought 15+ new sports and luxury cars, raising the overall count of vehicles (cars, utility vehicles, cycles, bikes, motorbikes, boats, ships, and aircraft) to 130+ along with 250+ traffic signs and street elements. Some of the top-selling American, European & Japanese vehicles from sports, premium, vintage, and luxury categories are now part of this addon.
The developers share that they have also added some cool new features:
- Increased photo-realistic effect of the vehicles
- Light reflections which you can adjust using clearcoat, flakes ratio, and whatnot
- Ability to change the speed of cars when baking animations
In the new version, the creators can now add aging details like dirt, scratches, and bumps to their cars and update them in real-time.
To celebrate the release, the development team offers a 40% discount to the traffiq library. You may use the code blendercars to activate a discount. Also, don't forget to join our 80 Level Talent platform and our Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.