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TVPD: 3D Animations of a Venus Project city design

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You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. The point is you have to learn how to expect change and how to step into the future without pain. TheVenusProjectDesign.com Video Series - Phase 2 Inside the New City And how long will it take to build these cities? I would say it would take about, approximately, ten years to change the surface of the earth with multiple jigs and giant machines. Not brick layers or plasterers; high-tech systems; about ten years, there would be garden cities all over the world. But we would have to level most of the old cities and mine them for steel, glass, whatever we can get from them. After we leveled the cities we might keep a few cities as museum cities to show people what people used to live in, and to show kids of the future what the world used to be. Just as the pyramids, would be preserved. This is inside the new city. -Can you see it alright? -Yes. This is just where people live; flowers, gardens, no slums, no street people, no hungry people. Hi, my name's Andrew Buxton. I’m the co-founder of The Venus Project Design with my partner Julita Wielgat. We started working for The Venus Project two years ago to help them develop the physical models that Jacque has done throughout his life with Roxanne, into 3D CGI for use in future films and media. We’re also building up a global database of scientists and technicians, engineers, architects, etc., which we intend to use at a later date if any countries, or if there is a global move towards a Resource Based Economy that we’d be in a position to be able to help build teams, globally, to begin the design of the first cities. In ancient Rome they had to use a lot of columns to support a structure. Now you can have a structure way out without any braces or anything. But the old architects says, "You got to- it looks bad, put some braces there!;" you don’t need them anymore. The old airplanes were braced all over the place. Now the wings are tough enough to hold themselves up. But if you cling to the romantic concepts of the German house or the Swedish house, you know, with all the lines, or English architecture, then you’re dead, you’re living the life of a dead person that influenced you at school. Let’s now do architecture that’s relevant to the best of new materials. For Press Inquiries Contact: [email protected]

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Duration: 5 minutes and 28 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
Producer: TVPD
Director: TVPD
Views: 484
Posted by: cdf83 on Apr 8, 2011

- 3D Animations of a Venus Project city design
- February 6th, 2011
- Shot in London, Bristol, Glasgow and Eindhoven
- Andrew Buxton, Jacque Fresco
- Andrew Buxton building 3D animated models for Jacque Fresco's city architectural desgns.

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