Available online, the new plan of the city of Shanghai takes its graphic codes to the world of video games. The buildings there stand three dimensions, details abound. An interactive map that gives the appearance of a Chinese megalopolis Sim City.
In recent years, the world of geeks (Editor's note: computer enthusiasts and new technologies), the pixel art has the wind in its sails. This form of graphic design is to create digital images, often extremely detailed, pixel by pixel. On the Web, pixel art Thus the subject of numerous collaborative projects to create huge cities in isometric view, borrowing their graphic codes to vintage video games like Lego constructions to type the color pixels replacing the plastic bricks.
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Available online, the new plan of the city of Shanghai is inspired pixel art but also the world of Sim CityFamous video game that places the player in command of an imaginary city in constant evolution. The plan proposes Shanghai indeed, asSim City, An isometric view giving the illusion of 3D and to apprehend the volume of real buildings.
Buildings, roads, green spaces in the city seem straight out of a video game. The user can thus move in a finely detailed zoomable universe at will. According to his mouse movements, it may also receuillir a lot of information through the pop-up windows and other contextual information.
Discover the 3D map of the city of Shanghai onSh.edushi.