OpenGeoFiction: fictitious maps in gvSIG Desktop

We are going to show a curiosity for fictitious maps lovers. OpenGeoFiction is a project based on the OpenStreetMap platform aimed to create a fictitious world. Seas, rivers, cities, countries… a virtual world that grows every day. Therefore, OpenGeoFiction is a world created collaboratively and free by a community…, that can be available on our gvSIG Desktop. 

We can add the OpenGeoFiction map service through the ‘OSM’ tab, inside the ‘Add layer’ window, using the following parameters:

Once the server has been added among the available ones, we can add it as a layer to our gvSIG Desktop View. We have to take into account that the view must be in EPSG: 3857, which is the projection used by this  world of fiction.

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