The brand's first 3D character, Lysa, can move, speak and smile in a stunningly realistic way.
After the explosive success of the virtual character Samantha Samsung, which was developed to be used as a virtual assistant for the Samsung brand, users can expect similar realistic 3D characters from other companies. Moreover, the level of technology development allows us to develop detailed models with believable speech and movements.
And then it became known that the Chinese company Huawei created her own character that can be used to represent the brand in the virtual space. According to a report from Huawei Central, the electronics manufacturer has developed a beautiful girl named Lysa.
So far, only a video demonstration of the new character is available to viewers. On it you can see that the girl can quite realistically move, smile and talk. The structure of the skin and fabric is also shown in detail, the elaboration of the smallest details that really make you forget that the character is not real.
While Lysa does not have special features, this is rather a reserve for the future. The character itself is a demonstration of how precise and detailed features can be created for 3D models with today's technology. Greeting the audience, the model says that she could be an excellent TV presenter.
However, while Huawei does not disclose its plans for the further fate of the development. Whether Lysa will actually be a host, virtual assistant or advertising star is not yet known. Perhaps it is just a demonstration of the company's ability to create such virtual characters.