Virtual Idol's first fantasy film debuts in China on Bilibili
Chinese animation video, game and comic sharing site Bilibili and Shanghai Media Tech have joined forces to offer virtual idol musical fantasy film production Vox Ultima (The voice of a new world). The two-hour fantasy music film will be available exclusively on Bilibili.
The Voice of a New World tells the story of a warrior who fights demons and creates a new fantasy world of virtual idols with the help of 12 goddesses. Each participating virtual idol is represented as a goddess in a separate scene, including "light", "ice", "ocean", "sea of flowers", "forest". “Old style”, “time travel”, “metropolitan”. "Time", "space" and "sky".
The mash-up stage features design elements such as cyberpunk and Peking Opera. The musical features the virtual idol and Chinese musician Huo Zun and his virtual avatar "Nine-Tailed Neko" will be officially revealed for the first time. In addition, the lineup consists of 12 famous virtual idols from both China and Japan. They include hanser and Aria, who hail from VirtuaReal, a virtual talent incubation project jointly run by Bilibili and the Japanese group Vtuber NIJISANJI.
The musical event can currently be streamed on: https://live.bilibili.com/blackboard/activity-5noCjLmZF.html