Dirk1313
24.08.2020, 14:28

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24.08.2020, 15:06

+1Die Plattform LEGO World Builder erblickt das Licht der Welt: Gefragt ist Kreativität...

Weiterlesen auf zusammengebaut.com:
https://zusammengebaut.co...-world-builder-100358/

Link zur Plattform: http://worldbuilder.tongal.com

Pressemitteilung:

The LEGO Group partners with Tongal to launch LEGO® World Builder,
a first-of-its-kind platform for developing stories, shows and more

The platform opens unprecedented, direct access to the LEGO creative team for a worldwide creator community, revolutionizing the way new talent and stories are discovered

Los Angeles and New York – August 24, 2020 - The LEGO Group and content creation platform Tongal announced today the launch of LEGO® World Builder, a first-of-its-kind story development platform that gives the LEGO fan community and creative talent all over the world direct access to the LEGO creative team to develop stories, shows, and more.

LEGO World Builder, designed in partnership with Tongal and powered by Tongal’s technology, connects a worldwide creator community to the LEGO Group, who can incubate ideas, collaborate, give feedback, and option or buy the rights to new concepts. Anyone over the age of 18 can join the open community and pitch their own stories, or team up and collaborate on story worlds with other fans, writers, animators and designers on the platform.

Each year, thousands of creatives send the LEGO Group original ideas for new content and stories. LEGO World Builder is wholly dedicated to empowering this type of creativity. The platform will also include challenges from the LEGO creative teams, where fans can share their own spin on existing LEGO IP.

“The LEGO Group is known for innovation. As early adopters of open platforms, they have shown true leadership in engaging those who love their products throughout the creative process,” said James DeJulio, Tongal Co-Founder and CEO. “They were one of the first organizations to adopt Tongal and our creative community, finding success developing and producing content on the platform, and now they have a dedicated environment to take it to the next level.”

The LEGO Group has been leveraging Tongal and its virtual production capabilities since 2012, working with their global creative community to produce video content across social and into streaming.

“As our partner for many years, Tongal has provided us a way to engage with our creative community and LEGO World Builder is an extension of that,” said Keith Malone, Sr. Director of Content Development at the LEGO Group. “We are privileged to be a brand that stands for creativity not only with our incredible products but also with the experiences we create for our fans. We hope the next Ninjago or LEGO Masters could come from this collaboration!”

Creators can go to worldbuilder.tongal.com to join the community, explore worlds and start creating.


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Dirk1313
24.08.2020, 15:25

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Was oder wer ist TONGAL...hier...

Tongal ist eine Online-Plattform, die es Unternehmen ermöglicht, kreative Talente unter einem Dach zu vereinen. Seit 2012 wird Tongal regelmäßig von der LEGO Group genutzt, um Autoren für in Auftrag gegebene Brickfilme sowie andere Werbevideos und -materialien zu finden. Auf dieser Seite werden öffentlich sichtbare Tongal-Projekte der LEGO Group mit ihren jeweiligen Zusammenfassungen und den Gewinnern der videobasierten Kategorien aufgelistet. Sie ist nicht auf reine Brickfilme beschränkt.
Aus: https://brickfilms.fandom.com/wiki/Tongal


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24.08.2020, 16:00

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24.08.2020, 16:02

+1Re: Die Plattform LEGO World Builder erblickt das Licht der Welt: ein paar Infos (englisch)

Eine amerikanische LEGO Bloggerin hat das Konzept hier nochmal erläutert:

I was one of the beta testers for this project, and I think I can answer some of your questions.

LEGO World Builder is basically like the LEGO Ideas platform, but instead of submitting projects for potential future LEGO sets, LEGO World Builder is for creating entire worlds, which could potentially turn into whole LEGO themes, films, TV shows, etc. Think of it like creating something as awesome as LEGO Ninjago – a unique LEGO world with an elaborate story, characters, and more that captured the imagination of young and old LEGO fans alike.

One other difference between LEGO Ideas and LEGO World Builder is that on the LEGO World Builder platform you can collaborate with other creative people. For example, you may have an idea of a world and even have a good story outline, but you are stuck on character development, or perhaps you need someone who can create sketches for your story. Don’t worry if you don’t have ideas for every element. You can continue to build out your world as far as you can, then make it public on the platform and ask fellow contributors for help. And when you receive contributions from the community, you can decide which ideas and elements to weave into your world. If you find a contribution that you want to accept, you can officially incorporate it into your world.

Likewise, you can also contribute to the worlds of others. You can search the LEGO World Builder platform and once you find a world that you’re excited about, you can take it to the next level by submitting your own world elements to the original creator for consideration, and they may decide to incorporate your element into their world.

LEGO’s own creative team regularly checks the worlds that community members create and are most excited about. Select worlds may be moved off the LEGO World Builder platform and into the LEGO development process. If your world or a world that you contributed to is moved into development, the original creator as well as all other contributors with incorporated elements will get financial compensation. For the current financial breakdown you can visit the website, but it's pretty good!

As far as what kind of worlds to build, the goal of LEGO World Builder is to open up the creative process and empower people to build their own LEGO worlds. Your world could be the next great LEGO franchise. The best worlds have interesting locations, compelling characters and are uniquely LEGO. When you’re building out your world, think about how it could be expressed through the LEGO brand and through different touch-points, including play, entertainment, publishing, and more. It’s also important to point out that LEGO is looking for worlds that are wholly original. This means they cannot contain elements from existing IP (like Star Wars, Harry Potter, or Game of Thrones).

This type of collaboration between creative people is very common amongst writers.
My sister is a published author for children's books, and she is part of several creative writers' clubs, where they share ideas, ask for help when they are stuck, collaborate on projects, etc. LEGO World Builder is a writers' club with a LEGO twist.


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24.08.2020, 21:58

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Re: Die Plattform LEGO World Builder erblickt das Licht der Welt: Gefragt ist Kreativität...

Geld gibts im „‚Erfolgsfall“ übrigens auch - so sehen wohl derzeit die Bedingungen aus - ohne Gewähr! Bitte selbst nochmal nachsehen:

Note: When they use the word "architect" in the text, they are referring to the original creator who submitted a new world.

Development: If a world is moved into development, the architect will receive $7,500. Contributors whose elements or element details have been incorporated into the world will split $2,500, with each incorporated element or element detail worth an equal share of the payment.

Production: If a world is placed directly into production – skipping the development step altogether – the architect will receive $37,500. Contributors whose elements or element details have been incorporated into the world will split $12,500, with each incorporated element or element detail worth an equal share of the payment. If the world is moved into production from a previous development phase, the architect will receive $30,000. Contributors whose elements or element details have been incorporated into the world will split $10,000, with each incorporated element or element detail worth an equal share of the payment.

Social Videos: The LEGO Group may also purchase a world for the purpose of creating short-form video content for their social channels (e.g Instagram, YouTube). In this case, the architect will receive $2,625. Contributors whose elements or element details have been incorporated into the world will split $875, with each accepted element or element detail worth an equal share of the payment.

Single Elements: The LEGO Group may also purchase individual elements from a world, such as characters or artwork. In this case, the architect and element creator will each receive $750. If the architect and element creator are the same person, the architect will receive $1500. Contributors with incorporated element details attached to the element will split $500, with each incorporated element detail worth an equal share.


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Dirk1313
27.08.2020, 13:57

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Re: Die Plattform LEGO World Builder erblickt das Licht der Welt: Gefragt ist Kreativität...

Hier noch der Link zu einem interessanten Artikel auf Brickset:
https://brickset.com/arti...-on-lego-world-builder

Dort beschreibt jemand er am Beta-Test teilgenommen hat, worum es bei der Plattform geht.
Sein Projekt wurde übrigens von LEGO „gekauft“ um daraus einen dreiminütigen Brickfilm (Teaser) zu machen.
Das ist aber nur ein Beispiel und nach dem Teaser könnte ja noch mehr daraus werden.


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