NicoRTX Update #5.3

    If you have ever been to Japan, you may have noticed that many streets are narrow and winding, and sometimes have walls or buildings blocking the view at the corners. To help drivers and pedestrians see the traffic coming from different directions, there are convex mirrors installed at intersections. These mirrors reflect a wider angle of the scene, making it easier to spot any potential hazards. Convex mirrors are not only practical, but also symbolic of Japan's modernity and innovation. They reflect the contrast between the traditional and the contemporary, the old and the new, the natural and the artificial. They also create a unique aesthetic that adds charm and character to Japan's streetscapes.

    One way to appreciate the beauty and utility of convex mirrors is to experience them in a virtual world. On this update of resourcepack, I added convex mirrors, allowing players to explore and create their own versions of Japan's streets.

What's new?

  • traffic mirror
    The NicoRTX resourcepack also includes other elements of Japanese culture, such as lanterns, vending machines, signs, and cherry blossoms.