We learned about the story of FXG's Post-production Expert Singsing in Fernlander Spotlight last time. Now let us get to know Director Sky and her thoughts about life and VR!
一些生活的分享 Personal Life
How did your life journey bring you to FXG?
When I was looking for an internship before graduation, I visited Dream Town and just happened to stumble upon FXG. I was unexpectedly attracted to the working environment at FXG and decided that I wanted to work here. It was an unintentional, positive outcome that felt like fate.
What do you do to relax after work?
I like staying at home as much as I like hanging out with people. I usually go out with my family or friends on weekends. When I stay at home, relaxing and cooking new dishes makes me happy.
What's your favorite ______ ？(Open question)
My favorite food is whatever I make by myself.
Who do you think has the most influence on you, or who can give you the inspiration to solve problems? Why?
My family! Family is most important to me.
Has anything interesting happened to you recently that you'd like to share?
Last week, we invited a couple and two friends to FXG to shoot short films with our new technology. The whole process of shooting was especially joyful and I am excited to see the finished product.
一些工作的分享 Some Things about Work
What is your favorite project that you have been involved with at FXG?
I have to say the Tonglu paper-cutting project, since the delicious, local dishes that we got to experience left a deep impression on me! haha.
What do you think VR will do for the future?
I think that in the future, VR may increase the amount of the world’s single people. Since everyone can use VR during work and leisure time, staying at home for prolonged durations will become a common phenomenon.
What is your favorite movie and why?
My recent favorite is, Andhadhun because it has a very unpredictable ending.
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What do you think is the difference between a VR director and a traditional video director? Where is the challenge?
I think the biggest difference between VR directors and traditional video directors is the amount of possibilities we have. We are pioneers in this field, every step we take is a new discovery. There are no theories or rules for VR filming in the industry, while traditional filming is a lot more mature and has set methods and theories. We have more space for creation, and a lot of room for development with the progression of VR technology. It’s like a blank slate, anyone can be the new master.
Could you share with us what video style are you most interested in making? And why?
I’m mostly interested in filming psychological education videos. With First Person Perspective in VR, we can use this to spread awareness about bullying in schools, and treating stress disorders. To be a psychological teacher is my dream, and it means a lot to me to create videos for that.
What are your expectations for FXG?
We will become an industry benchmark！
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