Indonesia's Virtual YouTuber, 'Maya Putri' Debuts in Guest Appearance at Anime Festival Asia

Published 28 August 2018, 08:00

PT.CITRA WAHANA TEKNOLOGI (Shinta VR), a VR / AR content production company in Jakarta,
Indonesia, is the Indonesian company to start the Virtual YouTuber business using its own system.
A phenomenal started in Japan, Virtual YouTubers are digital avatars created using 3D animation software
and motion capture technology with contents distributed via Youtube. Shinta VR is releasing Maya Putri as a
company character, and also as Indonesia's Virtual YouTuber.


Maya Putri will make a guest appearances at Anime Festival Asia (C3 AFA), the largest event in Asia, held in
Indonesia from 31 August to 2 September, 2018. During this event, Maya Putri will deliver live cover-songs
and sessions with visitors.


In the future, Shinta VR plans not only to expand its own character portfolio but also collaborate with
companies that want to create original characters. Shinta VR will provide its systems, expertise on building
and distributing Virtual YouTubers along with video production and operations to external partners.

 


About Maya Putri

Maya Putri is a Virtual YouTuber aiming to become Indonesia’s national songstress. She will post videos on
YouTube frequently with an anchor on famous Indonesian and Japanese songs.
Maya’s iconic costume is based on traditional Indonesian fabric (batik), which is intended represent the rich
Indonesian culture to all viewers worldwide. Her videos will be mainly delivered in Indonesian, but shewill
experiment with Japanese animation theme songs and various sounds ranging from traditional Indonesian
instruments to local DJs, to target local Japanese pop culture lovers as well as global audience.
Maya also plans to release some original songs, LINE stamps and merchandise in the future.
Twitter : @mayaputriid
YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCyZoDBhW8cLrzZ-dqKdQqEg
Facebook : www.facebook.com/mayaputriid
Instagram : @mayaputriid

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