The idea of the Rwanda Activist London Studio came about after realising that it was not easy to make a film in London without getting a permit and dealing with other bureaucratic issues. If you want to film in London (make a film), you have to inform the local authority first. Having your own virtual studio makes it easier to overcome these problems. This virtual studio is still in development and will be used for feature films, games, music videos and virtual reality (VR). This studio is dedicated to all homeless Londoners, especially ex-servicemen and social activists.
There’s a revolution taking place in the creative industry that will allow independent creative developers to take their creativity to a whole new level. Gone are the days when you needed to have contacts in production houses such as the Pine Studios, the Hollywood Studios, the Soho Studios and so on. Unlike before when you had to hire actors/actresses, props etc to make a film, you can now develop them virtually.
This model was built from the ground up. It was not created using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools. AI tools are still in their infancy when it comes to generating a city model, it is easier to distinguish between artificial intelligence and hand-crafted art.
This concept of Rwanda Activist London city has interiors such as shops, stadiums, schools, restaurants, hospitals, police stations and so on. All the vehicles and aircraft are in working order and there’s a version that can be driven. The city can be used for the development of computer games, the production of films, the production of music videos and virtual reality (VR).
What people need to understand is that the creative industry, especially filmmaking, is changing and everything is going to be produced virtually. This is a massive urban environment that’s been measured on the real London terrain, and it’s only half designed because more will be built and rendered to look like the real thing.
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