AI-Generated Film Launches New Web3 Metaverse Platform Brand

AI inspired woman with street in the background

To launch aU (Alpha-U), a new Web3 metaverse platform brand created through a new partnership between Japan's leading telecom, KDDI, and WPP, Geometry Ogilvy Japan has created an entirely virtually produced film.

Working with Sydney-based production house Alt.vfx, and their subsidiary T&DA, along with New Holland Creative and THINKR, the film was developed by way of four illustrations from GenZ artist Mayu Yukishita, who has illustrated best-selling books and NEUT MAG, which is a popular among fashionable people overseas. Used as building blocks, the entire 30 seconds have been created connecting the four images by using AI Midjourney and Stable Diffusion to generate interpolated animation, with VFX technology used to assemble the scenes. In addition, both the music and narration were virtual.    

Yasushi Arikawa, Executive Creative Director of Geometry Ogilvy Japan, commented, "the new creative expression generated by AI was inevitable for KDDI's new brand, αU, which aims to offer services centered on Web3 and the metaverse. This film, in which AI and a virtual singer tell a story about the concept of "Already, one world" that blends the real and virtual worlds, takes us beyond the "uncanny valley" to an emotionally charged story."

Geometry Ogilvy supports all creative direction for the new aU (Alpha U) collaboration, including all branding, communication design, events, and press conferences.

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  • Creative Director: Yasushi Arikawa (WPP/ Geometry Ogilvy Japan)
  • Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Asae Tanaka (WPP/ Geometry Ogilvy Japan)
  • Associate Creative Director / Copywriter: Kotoha Tanaka (WPP/ Geometry Ogilvy Japan)
  • AI Generation/VFX: T&DA/ New Holland Creative
  • Movie Production: THINKR
  • Narration/Song: KAF
  • Director: Shuji Hirai
  • Producer: Kei Terayama (THINKR)
  • Agency Producer: Amanda Marshall (WPP/ Geometry Ogilvy Japan), Mai Fukuda (WPP/ Geometry Ogilvy Japan)