MagellanTV adding Lunar Landing AI regenerated footages into major 4K documentary film
Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has restored the classic NASA film footage from the famed Apollo missions. The latest advancement reveals footages in stunning clarity results the images are now part of a major new documentary film project titles “Apollo’s New Moon”. The documentary will be produced by online streaming service MagellanTV: The Age of Apollo.
The idea behind this transformation came on the occasion of 50th Anniversary of Lunar Landing celebrated by the production based on an intensive effort by filmmakers, and co-founder of MagellanTV.
Clarity footages redefining the moon experience
The 49 minute long documentary, The Age of Apollo (magellantv.com), the film will be released in 4K Ultra-HD later this month. The filmmakers involved in this film are promising a new and amazing perspective on what it was like to step onto the lunar environment. Transporting viewers to show how the Apollo missions revolutionized scientists’ understanding answering how solar system was built. Using new generation image processing software, pixel by pixel, frame by frame, removed grains and enhanced detail using powerful algorithms, helping viewers to imagine how it feels to be in the moon.
David Sky Brody, film’s writer/director, said, “The digital revolution that helped launch Apollo has enabled scientists to reveal the story of our planet’s origins hidden in the astronauts’ rock and soil samples.” “Now, new digital techniques empower us to immerse our audiences, letting them experience what these audacious voyages for science must have felt like on a very human level,” he explained.
A new step to answer decades controversy
Obviously, there are chocking controversies around the mission, which turned as tumour for NASA. Through this original high clarity footages and images NASA agrees to again make the stand as concrete as clear against conspiracy theorists. The film will clearly show how brave astronauts collected evidences that answered revolving questions around Earth and Life.
According to MagellanTV co-founder, Thomas Lucas, “Our goal is to reveal how the 12 moon-walking astronauts transformed not only to our national identity, but our understanding of Earth, our solar system, and our place in the universe.”
Featuring first 2-minute sample video on the website, “Apollo’s New Moon” is part of a huge collection of programs available on MagellanTV, called “The Age of Apollo”. The library brings life to scientific, political, and personal dimensions of the Space Race, and tackles subjects ranging from the political battle weighed between the US and the USSR over moon exploration, the experiences of Apollo astronauts, the future of human space exploration, and more.