“I just really don’t know how to do it,” he said.
“I have a lot of ideas about how I would do it.
But at the end of the day, it’s just me.”
Takani’s project was born from a combination of two things: how to find talent in the entertainment industry, and how to put it to use to create a social media platform for the high school community.
Takai was inspired by the success of an upcoming social media app called Immo, which he says he hopes will be used to help people find jobs and socialize with other high school students.
Immo, created by high school student Alex Shackelford, aims to connect teens to talent in video game development, film, fashion, and music.
It’s already having an impact, with more than 400,000 users.
It was recently selected for the U.S. App Store’s Best Student app competition.
Imo’s goal is to reach the same kind of impact as Snapchat, a mobile messaging app that Takai hopes to one day replace.
Takai, who is also a senior at Tottori High School, said Immo is “kind of like a social network for the kids.”
Immo aims to help students find work through an app, but it also aims to “provide an outlet for them to show their creativity, their creativity in a more creative and fun way.”
While Immo was originally created for high school kids, Takai is also looking to make it a service for everyone.
“It’s not just for high schools,” he explained.
“For anyone who wants to create something.”
Tekken 7 and a new anime are coming soonTakae says Immo’s creators and developers are hoping that Immo will become a community app for students.
He believes Immo can be used by teachers and administrators as a resource for aspiring game developers, helping them to learn about video game production.
“If you have a student who wants something from this app, we will help you get that,” Takai said.
He hopes Immo would be useful for all kinds of students.
“Students that want to learn how to make games can use this app and then use the game on Immo to get started,” Takae said.
And if a student wants to learn to make music, the app will allow them to access music from their own library.
“It’s a fun platform that allows students to learn from each other,” Takagi said.