Revolutionary 3D terrain generating software from the US company, Pandromeda, means anyone can become an intergalactic space explorer from the comfort of their own home.
The software, called Mojoworld Generator, enables users to create their own futuristic 3D worlds complete with oceans, glowing moons, suns and mountains. These worlds can then be shared and explored with others in an online community.
The concept is the brainchild of fractal genius Dr F. Kenton ('Doc Mojo' to his friends), who has a PhD on the subject.
Community sharing of the 3D worlds allows users to view, film and even alter the planet with no limits.
Available for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms, the software uses the latest technology to enable the generation of weird and wonderful environments in a matter of hours.
Although the creation of 3D worlds is not a new concept, Pandromeda claims that its technology is superior, thanks to the involvement of 'Doc Mojo'.
Why not explore the 3D worlds already produced, by downloading the free viewer.
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