NEW KIRRIE — A new project underway in Hamland aims to immerse individuals in the Simulationist micronation’s landscape through the creation of imaginative three-dimensional renderings.
The Hamland Visualization Project, officially launched by Opyeme Time on December 29, will see the rendering of all of the micronation’s landscapes, with at least one rendering produced for each of the major provinces. In addition to being an educational and cultural project, as production continues, the renderings may also be used to create banner images in support of diversifying the theme of the micronation’s regional discussion forums according to Time.
The renderings are being produced using the Axis Game Factory’s AGFPRO software, which is available via Steam. The standalone software, according to its developers, is a “comprehensive toolset … with a powerful and rapid level creation, terrain/vegetation editing, lighting and atmosphere system.”
Since the project’s launch, a total of ten landscapes have been rendered and released for public viewing.