On their official YouTube channel, WIT Studio unveiled a pilot movie of its anime series, Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song. Pilot movies are short-length films that studios create before the anime to showcase what the finalized version would look like.
Moreover, the pilot movie has some clips included in the opening but not in the series!
You can watch the pilot movie here:
The story is written by Nagatsuki Tappei and Umehara Eiji. It’s Umehara Eiji’s first work where he’s credited as the original creator, but he’s worked on the script for Beelzebub, he’s the main scriptwriter of the visual novel ChäoS;Child, and he also worked on some episodes of Re:Zero’s first season, among other series.
Nagatsuki Tappei, on the other hand, is the original creator of Re:Zero, and many anime fans now know his name. He also worked on the script for Senyoku no Sigrdrifa last year.
Lastly, Kousaki Satoru is in charge of the music. He also shared that they first started producing the music for the pilot movie before anything else. No wonder the background music of the series sounded so wonderful.
Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- Synopsis
In case you don’t know what the story is about, here’s a short synopsis from Funimation:
NiaLand is an A.I. theme park that brings dreams to life with science. Vivy, the first autonomous android to work there, has hopes of making people happy with her singing. One day, an A.I. teddy bear named Matsumoto appears, claiming to have come from 100 years in the future—where a war between A.I. and humans rages. Their century-long journey starts now!
The series also received a light novel adaptation, Vivy: Prototype, listed by Mag Garden publishers. The light novel is written by Tappei Nagatsuki, the author of Re:Zero, and Eiji Umehara. loundraw (I Want to Eat Your Pancreas) is taking care of the illustrations.
Source: WIT STUDIO Official YouTube Channel
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