Digital reconstruction of Warsaw. Video recreates the destruction of Warsaw during World War II. A simulation of five minutes helps to educate the new generation about the destruction of Warsaw, Poland, which occurred during World War II (1939-1945).
The video was produced by 40 experts, who took two years to finalize it. Using resources of the cinema in three dimensions (3D), it documents the shocking wreckage to wich Warsaw was reduced by Nazi Germany during the attempted extermination of Jews.
Producers have used historical images to create a simulation of a flight over the city in early 1945, which shows the collapse of bridges, houses burned without roofs, and the Warsaw Ghetto. Jan Oldakowski, the director of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, says that the video, subtitled in Polish, is intended primarily for young people, who doesn't realize the degree of destruction of the largest city in Poland between 1939 and 1945.
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Extras: technical details of the Warsaw's digital reconstruction