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The Level Up
Infinite Realms is a fully interactive 2D and 3D tabletop projection app. It features customizable weather, effects, soundscapes, grids and fog of war. Enhance your existing image and video maps or download our new 3D scenarios.
Around the Clock
Set the time of your scenario exactly as you need it with a 24-hour cycle for day and night!
The sun and moon are automatically positioned and the lighting is adjusted for bright days, dark nights and atmospheric dusks and dawns.
After Rain comes the Sun
Clear sky, rainy day, snowfall or thunderstorm?
Whether a morning of light rain, a sunny afternoon or a thunderstorm at night, our weather system has you covered!
Into the Storm
Need some hurricane-level action in your scenario?
You can combine any weather setting with anything from a light breeze to a storm from any direction. Vegetation, precipitation, and map effects like smoke are all affected by your wind settings.
The Old Way
You have Video Maps, Map Image Files and Handout Images in abundance? We do as well!
This is why we have included a Legacy Map Mode that enables you to add as many of your files to a scenario as you want (or need). Image Files can also be rotated and resized for your table.
Need more space, more scene detail, or a way to present a moving battle? Compared to HD video maps, an Infinite Realms scenario covers an area more than 39 times larger and offers multiple points of interest to explore.
Use just one scene for a battle or play an entire adventure in a unified scenario!
Let the Music Play!
Want to give your players a really deep atmosphere? Add a fitting soundscape to your maps to please your players' eyes and ears.
Infinite Realms has a volume and sound system that lets you mix and match wind, weather, ambient, music, and combat tracks from a huge library.
Choose a preset for the look of your scene and adjust brightness, hue, saturation, and contrast. You can also add special effects such as bloom, film grain, or distortion. **
Make it glow!
This volcano map shows the bloom effect particularly well. You can use it to give maps a certain atmosphere. For example, if you want the lava to look hotter or the environment to look more mystical.
This map is Bridge over Lava by Dynamic Dungeons. Follow this link to view the Dynamic Dungeons page.
Have you ever wondered what a fairy tree would look like in a real fairy forest? Or want to transfer your desert scene to Mars?
With Hue Shift, you can recolor your map with a single slider.
This example map is the Elventree also by Dynamic Dungeons.
The standard D&D scale of 1 inch equals 5 feet is not for you?
The distance between the players and the map can be increased for exploration, large battles, or tabletop wargaming systems.
Hidden in the Dark
You don't want your players to see what's around that corner?
We feel for you! Infinite Realms has a "Fog of War" system that lets you hide (and reveal) everything on the map.
In Rank and File
Your system of choice needs a grid for combat or exploration?
We offer an optional flexible grid system that supports hexagonal and rectangular grids - the grid can also be resized, realigned and recolored.
Level Up your Tabletop!
* Our Adventurer tier will always be free.
** Some scenario options require a paid subscription or a one time purchase of the scenario.