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"Gaea, in my experience, represents the current next-gen tool that is ahead of its time."
Founder & President, Gnomon School
Complex simulations wrapped into simple, usable nodes.
Gaea features an efficient, minimal, artist-friendly user interface with scientific nodes wrapped in easy-to-comprehend settings. The realtime viewport allows you to see your terrain in crisp detail with previews of up to 16 million polygons.
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Change the underlying shape and retain the remaining procedural workflow. You can easily apply the same look to different terrains.
Drive snow, water, and vegetation simulations based on your terrain. Export the data for use in other applications.
Geology influences vegetation growth. In Gaea, you can craft complex ecosystems for your terrains and drive them with relevant data such as conflicting zones, snow, water, and more. You can set up biome-specific extras including frozen lakes or drying rivers, and change growth patterns by directly linking them to biome drivers like snow melts or floodplains.
Create sophisticated textures using Data Maps and more than 1200 SatMaps.
Gaea contains over 1200 color maps extracted from actual satellite data. You can quickly customize elaborate color maps by layering a variety of maps in combination with Data Maps. Colorizing in Gaea lets you take advantage of geological data that is unavailable in other software.
Prefer to texture in-engine?
Export detailed masks of all aspects of your terrain – including custom PBR maps. These masks will help you texture your terrain in your favorite app.
You can also export various data maps that Gaea produces for textures. Use them to create intricate masks, splat maps, or other forms of texturing.
At the University of Hertfordshire, a talented group of students created the game cinematic "Alder's Bane" over the span of 9 months. The team conceived the story which was influenced by the cultural landscapes of Siberia and Alaska. The cinematic quality earned them the Excellence Award at The Rookie Awards 2023.
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