JCC Teacher and Students produce MR animation – Fight of Nuncha

JCC (JUPUS Code: JSSC04) Lecturer Mr Carlos Hui led students Zou Jingze and co. to produce a Marvel-like Mixed Reality animation.

The Fight of Nuncha is set in the future of Hong Kong where A.I. controls everything. However, A superhuman fights for his own fate after incarnation from the old Hong Kong, instead of crawling back to AI robots who occupy the land and almost eradicate all residents.

The time traveller, who inherits martial art skills from secluded kung-fu masters in the old Hong Kong where AI is not existing, takes on the robot warrior. It is the time when tradition meets the future…
Link: Fight of the Nuncha


In order to build up a Mixed Reality scene, the animation employs 3D motion capture technology to record fighting movements performed by a kung-fu master Mr Lau Man Leung, and then animates the actions in a futuristic setting by using chroma keying, 3ds Max modelling, positional tracking, after effects, etc.

“Between ideal and reality, falls the animation. MR technology has come a long way,” Mr Carlos Hui puts it.

The Communication and Crossmedia Programme (JCC), a SSSDP programme (JUPAS Code JSSC04), aims to train students with all creative-media skills and put emphasis on film, multimedia and digital production techniques. Students are able to integrate their all-round production skills and creativity into multi-platform publishing and presentation.

DSE students can apply Year 1 admission through JUPAS (JUPAS Code: JSSC04), while Associate Degree and Higher diploma graduates can gain direct admission to Year 3 entry of our programme.

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