Fei is a Europe-based 2D & 3D artist from China, working primarily in the game, design and interaction architecture area. Have been working for 4+ years in international projects within Europe and Asia.
Using VR and motion tracking technologies, Stranger Cycle takes users on an immersive and personal journey where the inner sense and questioning of self can be explored with digital fashion, aiming to empower and break down conventional boundaries of fashion and technology.
In this project, we tried to use RunwayML, which is a software used for creative practice. We applied the concept of Machine Learning to the fashion show, and studied how to use computers to calculate the seasonal adaptability of clothing.
We used Cyclegan, which is an algorithm in RunwayML that can learn to translate image without labeled data. With Cyclegan, we let the computer to calculate different saturation, hue and gradation of the same clothing according to the input temperature value.
Crypto Tongue x Strawberry Field
Based on urban research of Shanghai city construction and renovation, “Memory Library” allows local people and tourists to share and compare streetview of different time periods. By collecting street views, people can explore Shanghai's development of society, history and economy.
Tools C4D, Zbrush, Octane
Designs include t-shirts, stickers, POAPs and banners. Click on Portfolio.
''Bagman'' is a performance on a Chinese university campus. Using a black plastic bag to cover myself, I did daily activities such as eating, walking and talking with people all inside the plastic bag space. With my physical limitations, people could barely see my gestures and movements. 'Face-to-face' turned into 'Face-to-bag'. The feedback through conversation and interaction is not able to be received. No man is an island. I hope people can be encouraged to use their bodies and sensation to perceive the beauty of nature.
‘‘Old of Odd?’’ is a Brochure design based on field studies from Beijing Old City Construction, in collaboration with Tsinghua University. This Brochure collects personal field study notes based on residents’ interviews, in order to make constructive renovation proposals for Beijing Xicheng District.