Using VR technology to recreate the "Crane's Nest" in the Metaverse for culture preservation
Revealing several Bruce Lee collectibles for the first time, sponsored by e-payment platform Payment Asia
This year marks the 49th death anniversary of Hong Kong martial arts superstar Bruce Lee. To honor the legacy of this legend in global film history and pass on his philosophy to the next generation, Bruce Lee Club partners with PRIZM Group to recreate Lee's old home with VR technology and co-host an exhibition named "Revival of the Memory: Bruce Lee's Home in Metaverse", hoping to recollect memories with Web 3 and blockchain technology. The original site of Bruce Lee's old mansion, located at No.41 Cumberland Road, Hong Kong, was demolished in 2019. Bruce Lee Club and PRIZM Group are working with three young students - Lee Chun kit Owen, Yuen Ho Wa Andy, and Li Chun Kit Jacky - from the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Shatin) to reproduce the old home in the Metaverse. Fans around the world can "enter" the old home of this martial arts star, and experience it immersively by participating in a series of interactions. In the future, the audience may also access all our activities and events via this Metaverse version of the "Crane's Nest". The project also invited The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design to provide content ideas and renowned computer graphics artist Shannon Ma as our technical consultant. The finished project will be launched globally next year on the 20th of July, Bruce Lee's 50th death anniversary.