The art of creating a massive, interactive world is becoming increasingly popular as people seek to capture the essence of their surroundings.
Now a group of scientists has created a giant replica of a fictional world to recreate it.
They recreated a giant landscape in Minecraft, creating an interactive world which could potentially be replicated in a large scale.
“Our idea was to create something that was big enough for people to look at and go ‘Wow, I have no idea what’s going on,'” Professor Simon Bouchard said.
“So we set up a giant Minecraft world, and created a new world with the same dimensions and the same rules.
It could be a little bit like a 3D game, where you have different levels, but it could be as big as a football pitch.”
Professor Bouchar said it took a lot of planning to design the giant Minecraft World, which was inspired by the Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson.
It was like a giant football stadium.””
And then I built it up.
It was like a giant football stadium.”
Professor Aneel Nair said it was the first time he had built an interactive virtual environment, and it was one of the most detailed he had ever done.
“We built a world where you could go around a map of the world and see it in 3D,” he told ABC News.
“You could see how big the islands were, how many lakes there were, what the vegetation looked like.”
And so you could really see it really well in the virtual world.
“Professor Nair has since created a massive Minecraft world that can be recreated in real life.
He said the world would be used to explore the region around Adelaide, including Adelaide Castle.”
I’ve got a lot more to tell you about that,” he joked.”
What’s really cool is it will be used for tourism, so it’ll be used by tourist groups, you know, for the local community to tour the place.
“Professor Fergal Kelly from the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Interactive Art, Design and Media said he would love to see more interactive virtual environments developed.”
There’s a lot that could be done to make interactive virtual worlds more interactive,” he explained.”
They could have a lot better graphics, they could have much more details, they would be a lot less repetitive, and the whole thing could be more interactive.
“But for me the thing that really strikes me about interactive virtual world is that it can be used as a platform for artists to explore a place, to create, to share, to communicate.”
This is a really unique way of doing that.
“Topics:art-history,arts-and-entertainment,arts,adelaide-5000,sa,australiaFirst posted February 16, 2020 11:08:16Contact Sam NewmanMore stories from South Australia