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 Sachform Technology releases Arborium volume.1: Plants

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Date posted: 24/08/2005

German-based Sachform Technology (www.sachform.de) has released a suite of textures for use in immersive environments.

August, 18th, 2005, Sensbachtal, Germany ? Sachform Technology (www.sachform.de) is pleased to announce the release of 4 new Texture products.

Arborium Vol. 1 is a collection of very high-resolution texture maps of plants, stored in Tiff-format. Sixty-five are included in total.Along with these, various bushes, potted plants, hedges and creeping plants in TIFF format in a resolution of 3000x2244 pixels.

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