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Terraform

Terraform

Terraform is an open source interactive height field generation and manipulation program, giving you the ability to generate random terrain and transform it

Terraform allows you to generate random terrain using a number of fractal algorithms and then selectively change the terrain using a variety of transformations. Where possible, the transformations provide a real-time preview, giving you instant feedback on the effect of any parameter changes.

 Terraform 0.9.5

Price
Free to download

Size
2.8MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Robert Gasch, David Bartold

Website
code.google.com

System Requirements
glib 2.0.0 or higher
gobject 2.0.0 or higher
gmodule 2.0.0 or higher
gtk+ 2.0.0 or higher
libxml 2.4.12 or higher
libglade 2.0.1 or higher
libgnome 1.105.0 or higher
libgnomeui 1.106.0 or higher
libgnomeprint 2.2.1.1 or higher
libgnomeprintui 2.2.1.1 or higher

Support:
Wiki

Selected Reviews:
FedoraForum

Features include:

  • Add creaters, rivers, trees, fog, and backgrounds
  • Designed to be flexible and allow the use of different rendering options
  • Provides several different projections and colormaps
  • Dialogs support real-time previews where possible
  • 12 terrain generation methods
  • 20 terrain transformations
  • River placement
  • Object placement
  • 1-Click export of Height Fields to POVRay
  • Themeable POVRay rendering environment
  • Configurable undo history
  • Supports a wide range of file formats
  • Built with the Gnome desktop environment using the Glade interface builder
  • Supports Gtk themes
  • Supports GNU style internationalization

Terraform in action

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