October 25, 2021

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TCCF: Taiwan’s VR industry is looking for new outlets

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Following games and movies, music is expected to play an important role in the development of content for virtual reality. But the development of VR content will depend on a pool of next-generation talents who can master both art and technology.

Speaking at a panel discussion at the Taiwan Creative Content Fest (TCCF) on Wednesday, Liu Saju-Ming, President of HTC Viv Originals, said, “We need multi-branched young talent. “We need a lot of people to train in both technology and industry, and we can enter this pool of talents to develop our future. Young people, regardless of their background, should work in an interdisciplinary way. “

Yang Meng-yin, director of the Kaohsiung Film Archive and Keosung Film Festival, who has been actively involved in VR film production in recent years, said the team took three years to produce VR content.

“Cinema has become an exhibition venue in terms of VR. Production requires interdisciplinary cooperation, ”Young said.

Taiwan’s VR manufacturing has gained international standing in recent years due to both the HTC Viv headset, which has become the industry standard and the pressure to produce and promote core content. Taiwan-made VR content has been screened regularly at the Venice Film Festival.

To further push Taiwan’s VR content production, the Taiwan Creative Content Agency (TAICACA) introduced the first submersible content grant for international co-production in the first quarter of 2020. The first five winners received $ 123,000 (NT) per June and were selected in June for প্রকল্প 3.5 million to develop their projects.

HTC Viv Originals is working to enhance the music experience through VRR, with the production of virtual concerts including volumetric photography and live broadcasts of concerts that promise to give listeners a “flying” feeling. Liu said the company is creating more animations, including 360-degree stop-motion filming at a rate of 20 frames per second.

VR content trading using blockchain technology could also be the next area of ​​development, Liu said. “We want to create a trading platform that is open and transparent. Blockchain technology is essential for IP security, as the content is highly valued and highly valued. “

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