Anime Review: Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song.

Synopsis Vivy

The first female-looking and autonomous AI named Vivy was created on a mission to make everyone happy by singing. Soon Vivy is confronted by an unknown “program” from the future that reveals a future where AI has taken over the place of mankind.


English: Viviy -Fluorite Eye’s Song-
Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 3, 2021, to Jun 19, 2021
Premiered: Spring 2021
Broadcast: Saturdays at 23:30 (JST)
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Suspense
Theme: Music
Duration: 24 min. per ep.



The story focuses on Vivy, an AI that was first created to have self-awareness, she is an AI singer who is given a mission to make everyone happy with singing.

Vivy begins to carry out her mission by singing on stage at an amusement park called Nialand, but few people want to see her performance.

Vivy also sings on the stage every day while looking for the meaning of the word “singing with all my heart” that the creator said. Until one day suddenly a program from the future entered his mind and showed a future where the AI ​​had lost control and used military power to fight against humanity.

Simultaneously, a cube-shaped robot appeared which called itself by the name of its creator, Matsumoto.

Matsumoto admits that he is a program that comes from 100 years in the future and invites Vivy to work with him in completing the Singularity Project in the present day to prevent AI ​​from getting out of control and turning against humanity.

character Vivy

I think the characterization of Vivy’s character here is very good, an AI that was originally given a mission to make people happy with singing, now its mission is to save humanity in the future. Its development in each episode is also very pronounced, where an AI which incidentally is a human creation that has no feelings, but tries to find the meaning of the phrase “singing with all my heart”.

For the second main character, Matsumoto, his role here is quite important, where he is a program sent from the future to prevent conflict between humans and AI. Matsumoto has a slightly irritating nature and a sarcastic sense of humor.

Matsumoto’s relationship with Viviy did not get along at first. Because Vivy sometimes acts on his own and outside of their mission while Matsumoto is too focused on his mission so he doesn’t care about Vivy’s desire to make everyone happy with singing. But as the story progresses, their relationship becomes more intimate.

As for the side characters, this anime has quite a lot of side characters, ranging from groups of humans who hate AI, scientists, AI nurses, and other AI, singers. But not all of them still appear in the storyline until the end, there are only one or two that will influence the storyline while the rest are given a portion of at most two episodes for their appearance and will only show a little flashback of them in the episodes. next.

Visuals And Sound

For visual problems, it seems that there is no question, the studio that has succeeded in raising the name of Attack on Titan is already very well known for providing visual quality that spoils the eyes. Small details such as reflections on the eyeballs, strands of hair are also very noticed by Wit Studio.

The shading of each character’s face, when zoomed in, is also very impressive, and even a characteristic of this anime that I remember the most, the visualization of each battle scene also deserves appreciation, it’s not an exaggeration to say that this anime has the best graphic quality among other anime released in the summer of this year.

Besides Vivy: Fluorites Eye’s Song, the original anime by Studio Wit that is no less good is Great Pretender, which is also one of my favorite anime.

Because this is a music genre anime, it seems that there is no need to doubt that every opening and ending of this anime is very pleasant to listen to. Music is also a crucial element in this anime because as we know Vivy’s mission is to make people happy with her singing. So the carrying of each song by Vivy or other singer AI is one of the attractions given by this anime.

Besides the music, the BGM, and sound effects of this anime are no less impressive, the accompaniment of notes in each scene also adds to the enthusiasm of the audience to always watch the next episode.


I easily recommend this anime as a list of summer anime that you must watch, the plot presented, graphics and music are the things that stand out the most from this anime. A small plot twist at the ending also adds a plus, there’s no reason not to watch Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song unless you’re not interested in anime where the main character is a girl.

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