We learned about the story of our Video Editor Dingding in Fernlander Spotlight last time, 聚焦西顾人：认识一下说自己像个黑洞的剪辑师. Now let us get to know FXG post-production girl Wendy and her thoughts about life and VR!
Some things about personal life
What was the life journey you took that brought you to FXG?
I was doing an internship during university, and came to Hangzhou for an exhibition. I fell in love with this city and decided to move here. After graduation, I learned about VR and VR videos, and then found out about FXG, so I decided to apply. I was interviewed by Patience, the director, and was fortunately hired. I enjoy working in this company, it is very open and relaxed, and we work on many interesting projects.
What do you do to relax after work？
Look for meals to try, read books, draw and go to exhibitions.
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What’s your favorite (Open question)
Who do you think has the most influence on you, or who can give you energy to solve problems? Why?
I think it’s the problems themselves that pushed me to solve the issues. It makes me feel fulfilled every time I solve a problem.
Have you had any fun things to share with us recently?
I spent 5 hours last Sunday reading Milan Kundera's The Unbearable Lightness of Life. It changed my perspective on life, and I spent hours at midnight questioning life while surrounded by snacks.
Some things about work
What is your favorite project you have been involved with at FXG?
The most impressive work I had was the South-to-North Water Diversion Project. This film was one of our biggest projects and it had a very short deadline.
What is your dream VR project to make?
I look forward to working on FMV videos, the immersiveness and interactivity of them gives a lot of room for experimenting.
What is the difference between editting in VR and traditional films?
It differs in several ways, but the two biggest ones are, in traditional films you can pan and zoom on subjects, while you cannot do that in VR as it will cause motion sickness. And secondly, in traditional films we use camera and editing techniques to not directly show bloody or violent scenes, but doing that in VR will cause confusion. And so the montage style in VR is in the story, not the scenes.
What do you think VR will do for the future?
I hope that one day I can be fully immersed in PUBG using VR.
What is your favorite movie? Why?
My favorite film is Run Lola Run.
For the plot, it simulates how choices affect consequences in one’s life. It tells the ending of a stranger with a few quick shots after Lola makes a few choices.
Vision: The filming style is very dynamic, using camera angles to tell a story
Music: The film uses exciting electronic background music and sound effects to emphasize certain feelings.
The most important thing: The protagonist runs forever with his red hair.
What are your expectations for FXG?
The company will become more interesting and do more interesting things.
Do you want to join her at FXG? There's a chance! We are looking for Sales Agents and VR Film Post Production. Check it out! 跨过山和大海，穿过人山人海，FXG期待你的加入！
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