When I say I want to put shows in video games, my interlocutors say: wow! what a great idea.
When I say that I want to pick up the young people where they are, that is, on the games and on YouTube, once again, people tell me: wow! what a great idea.
And then come the questions:
but how do you want to put on shows? but which shows?
but in what games?
So of course, we thought about these questions.
Obviously, I don’t want to put an extract from Madama Butterfly in Fifa.
All the articles that deal with games here, in the virtual part, are intended to provide answers.
For a piracy game, I would put a priori extracts of Capoeira. Excerpts from circus shows. And probably some musical excerpts.
For a game where you have to go fast, I will offer street dance shows
Shows, where your famous weapon that will save the world will be lost in the middle of a juggler’s clubs.
For very black games, like Cyberpunk, I will offer very black shows.
For the cute games of the little ones, shows for young audiences –
In short, each game has its shows, not everything goes for everything.
The advantage of motion capture is that you only get the movements of the artists.
It is therefore very easy to adapt them to the atmospheres of the different games, by giving them adapted “skins”.
And with a little skill and seriousness, a lot of people won’t even realize that there were real shows in the game.
Then we’ll have: the Easter Egg’s weapon to put the chip in their ear, and the speed of the Net communities to make it known.
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