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3.1.3 Prototyping

Prototypes may be constructed from nodes, program scripts and other prototypes, to create several instances of an object; for example landscapes may be afforested using tree prototypes and a forest area overlay taken from, or dynamically linked to, a GIS. Prototypes can also be published for use in other worlds, for example standard Roman barrack blocks and marching camps.


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