In Minecraft, a texture pack was known as a collection of files that were used to change the in-game textures of items, blocks, mobs, and the GUI. They were .zip files that contained various PNG images in them and a text document called pack.txt. Apparently, the native resolution of Minecraft’s textures was 16×16. The other ones such as 32×32, 64×64, 128×128, 256×256, 512×512, and 1024×1024 were referred to as HD. In the Minecraft Java Edition, texture packs were changed to resource packs, which provide more control over textures and the other features of the game.
One of the Minecraft texture packs is called Minecraft LSD texture pack. This one is currently in progress, with only 5% complete. Actually, the post about it was posted 8 years ago but it seems like it is nowhere to be done. The creator of it is Noah_8D. It is intended for Minecraft 1.3.1 and for 16x resolution.
In the description, it is said that Minecraft LSD texture pack is trippy. This one adds the big colors that enhance the Minecraft experience. The creator said that he just started working on it so he only has a few blocks done. He plans on redoing all blocks, items, particles, the GUI, and armor.
When playing through the game, there is a possibility that an area is able to show up with a different texture set. There are a few different kinds of texture sets that are able to be viewed in the game. If you want to know the newest information about this texture pack, please visit Planet Minecraft.
If one day Minecraft LSD texture pack is completed, you are able to install it. To install it, the first thing that you have to do is to download a texture pack. Then, run Minecraft. If it is already running, make sure to leave the world. The next thing that you have to do is to click Texture Packs in Options. After that, click Open Texture Packs Folder. This one opens the folder where Minecraft stores all texture packs. If nothing happens, you need to find the folder manually. Depending on the operating system, it is located at %appdata%\.minecraft\texturepacks for Windows XP and above, ~/.minecraft/texturepacks for GNU or Linux, ~/Library/Application Support/Minecraft/texturepacks for macOS. For the last two, it may be hidden.
If you look at the name, it seems like Minecraft LSD texture pack is based on the LSD Dream Emulator. LSD Dream Emulator is the name of an exploration game developed and published by Asmik Ace Entertainment for the PlayStation. In this one, you explore surreal environments without any objective. You are only able to move and touch objects that will wrap you to another setting. It was conceived by Japanese artist Osamu Sato, who rejected the idea of games, and wanted to use the PlayStation as a medium for making contemporary art. The concept of the game is based on a dream diary kept by an Asmik Ace employee for more than a decade.