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szdaily -> Entertainment
DJI rolls out animated series
    2017-October-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Cao Zhen

caozhen0806@126.com

“ROBOMASTERS: The Animated Series,” a Chinese-produced, Japanese-directed animated series based on DJI’s annual RoboMaster competition, will premiere on Tencent’s video steaming platform v.qq.com this Friday night.

Produced by DJI, the world’s largest civilian drone maker based in Shenzhen, the series was directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto, made by Dandelion Animation (“One Piece,” “Naruto”) and Gonzo (“Yukikaze”) and will run six episodes for the first season.

It will be aired in both Chinese and Japanese.

With a strongly Japanese-influenced anime style, the plot centers on a group of university students preparing for a RoboMaster robotics competition. It is noteworthy for its blending of real technical know-how of drones and robots and fantastical futuristic technologies.

“DJI’s RoboMaster competition attracts university students from across the world every year, inspiring them to design and build next-generation robots to compete for supremacy on the RoboMaster battlefield. The event has gained popularity among the engineering community for its gaming and entertaining features, and now DJI has produced this animated series in a bid to let more people know about new technologies and see how robotics and drones could impact our world,” said Yang Minghui, operational director of the RoboMaster competition.

At the press screening of “RoboMasters: The Animated Series” in Shenzhen, Lu Huanpeng, a student from South China University of Technology who had participated in the competition before, said, “This animation reminded me of when my team was preparing for RoboMaster. When we recruited team members for the competition, we not only wanted skilled students but also focused on their attitude when solving problems.”

“RoboMaster is aimed at cultivating talented young engineers and we hope the public will learn about the efforts the engineers make through this animated series,” Yang added.

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