How Big Is a Chunk in Minecraft?

A block has 24*24 pixels and has a diagonal measurement of 16*16 grid that is 16 squares.

The width measurement of the section of rendered chuck is 384 pixels. It is the width of a single chunk.

A diagonal row next to each block is offset by 24 pixels. This can be calculated trivially.

The calculation of the height is a little bit complicated and tricky.

Chunks generation mainly depends upon the map seed of the game Minecraft.

So will, when the player uses the same map and version, the chunks will also not change and remain the same.

There are many chunks and blocks present in Minecraft world

Which are used to save the processing and render the graphical power.

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