Artificial intelligence can be used for many things, including upscaling and colorizing old footage. However, you can’t upscale or colorize footage that hasn’t yet been digitized. Someone managed to unearth an unknown film titled “Heart of the City” that shows London during World War 2. The scenes you’re about to see have been motion-stabilized, slightly speed-corrected, enhanced and colorized using AI software. Read more to watch the 17-minute short film.
We catch glimpses of several bomb damaged structures, an up-close look at the release of barrage balloons, anti-aircraft gun positions, traffic at Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, military parades in front of Buckingham Palace, the Thames during the day / dusk, Waterloo Station, and lots more. For those interested in the music, it’s Carl Ravell & His Orchestra.
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