Digital artist Ushio Tokura has built the NVIDIA RTX Winter World in Minecraft, and it goes live today. He used NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX GPUs, which means that teal-time ray tracing is capable of simulating the physical behavior of real light, enabling reflections, shadows and other effects, to transport gamers to a winter wonderland, complete with the Santa’s grotto experience. Read more for additional screenshots and information.
This map will also raise funds for NVIDIA’s partner, the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity). It spans three snowglobes: a winter wonderland, Santa’s village and a winter environment. It encompasses a virtual space of 38 acres, or four times the size of the Christmas market in Austria. You can download it here now.
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Money raised will also help bring Christmas to the hospital for children from across the UK whose treatment needs to continue over the festive season, as well as funding important services for GOSH staff working to care for patients and their families,” according to Planet Minecraft.