On the official Twitter account for the original anime by WIT Studio, Vivy: The song of Fluorite EyeThe opening sequence has been reported to have exceeded a million views with no credits uploaded to YouTube. The video was uploaded on April 17th and contains the song "Sing My Pleasure" by Kairi Yagi like Vivy.

On the other hand, the series has been broadcasting in Japan since April 3, and has been confirmed with a total of thirteen episodes. The first and second episodes of the series aired consecutively on the same day, and Funimation will be responsible for distribution in the west.

Production team

  • Tappei Nagatsuki ((Subject: Zero Kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu, Senyoku no Sigrdrifa) is credited with creating the story and writing the scripts.
  • Shinpei Ezaki ((Kitsutsuki Tantei-Dokoro) is responsible for the direction of the anime in WIT Studiowith the support of Yuusuke Kubo.
  • Ioundraw ((Tsuki ga Kirei) will be credited for original character designs while Yuuichi Takahashi adapts them in conjunction with animation Takuma ebisu.
  • Satoru Kousaki ((Beastars, lucky Star) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Synopsis for Vivy: Fluorite Eye's Song

The story takes place in "Nearland", a theme park in which "Dreams, Hope and Science" coexist as a theme park for artificial intelligence (AI). This is where the first automated human-like AI was born. Vivy is an AI who sings on stage for park visitors every day, as her instruction is "to make everyone happy through music". Act wholeheartedly for park visitors. One day an AI named Matsumoto appears in front of her. He says he came 100 years into the future with instructions to "work with Vivy to correct history and stop the war between AI and humans that is breaking out in 100 years". This is the beginning of the 100-year journey of the IA singer Vivy.

Fountain: Official Twitter account

© Vivy Score

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