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By Lin Qi | China Daily | Updated: 2024-05-21 07:39

Audiences exchange with Syer, a digital human developed by Yu Zhen.CHINA DAILY

Visual effects firm Morevfx has submitted a video featuring images and trailers for The Wandering Earth 2, the epic sci-fi film adaptation of Liu Cixin's novel released last year, which is designed to inspire enthusiasm for China's foray into aerospace exploration.

Dozens of pieces on display reflect the guochao (Chinese fashion) trend of recent years in which elements of traditional arts are incorporated in creative products as a means of keeping cultural heritage alive. Meanwhile, a team of artists from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts have created Beijing Opera. Impression, a piece that hails the dynamism and rhythm of Peking Opera stunts by rendering the movements of the performers as flows of particles via computer.

Chen Qinzhen, a member of the production team, says the exhibit is also connected to software that can capture the audience's movements, digitize them and incorporate them into the flow of particles, so that visitors will experience a sense of interaction.

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