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Voxel (short for voluempixel) refers to the smallest unit of the world that is made up of objects rendered in three dimensions, which can be cube, sphere, cylinder and many other basic geometries, as well as the iteration forms of complex geometry. When it comes to voxel games, the representative work is of course the well-known sandbox game Minecraft, in which the entire game world was created using voxels.