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In this module you will find nine lessons that will get you started creating your own worlds with WorldBuilder 4. You will also find the five projects that are the basis for the lessons. These are complete Worldbuilder Projects. That means you can use them, or parts of them, to create you own projects. Or, you can just use them to get a better sense of how WorldBuilder 4 works.

This disk also include two free plants that can be used in any world you create with Worldbuilder.

If you are new to WorldBuilder, we suggest that you go throught the lessons in order. Of course, you can watch them in any order you like, and use them as often as you like.


The Lessons (in Microsoft .AVI format)
Lesson 1: User Interface
Lesson 2: Terrain
Lesson 3: Water
Lesson 4: Skies
Lesson 5: Materials
Lesson 6: Areas
Lesson 7: Lights and Shadows
Lesson 8: Cameras and Rendering
Lesson 9: Project Notes

The Projects
Project 1: Japanese Garden
Project 2: Materials
Project 3: Water
Project 4: Skies
Project 5: Cameras

The Plants
Plant 1: Verbena
Plant 2: Dwarf poison Oak

Bonus Material
The movie of Oakland Municipal Boathouse (Piedmont Montclair Rotarey Club Landscaping and Entryway Visualization).

This is an example of what you can do with WorldBuilder 4. Created as a gift from Digital Element to the citizens of Oakland, California, it shows the appeaance of the planned renovations to the Municipal boathouse and grounds.


Notes

WorldBuilder requires:

Windows NT4 SP5+, Windows 2000 SP2+ or Windows XP SP1+

Minimum: Recommended:
512MB RAM
Pentium IV 2.4 GHz
or Athlon XP 2400+
40MB Hard Drive space
1024x768, True color monitor
3D-accelerated, OpenGL-enabled video card with 16+Mb of VRAM
DVD-ROM drive
1 Gig RAM+
Pentium IV 3.2GHz
or Athlon XP 2400+
600MB Hard Drive space
1280x1024, True color monitor
3D-accelerated, OpenGL-enabled video card with 64+Mb of VRAM
DVD-ROM drive



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