From what can be elucidated in Google Translate, it'll be mostly centered around CG animation.
The following comes from Studio Project Q's website
It might be important to point that the formation of this new branch is part of the 'ANIME CG NINE Project
' initiative, and as such it doesn't come as a more proper sub-division of the very own Studio Khara
's (or χαρα
) digital dept., (which made some interesting standalone projects itself; http://www.starchild.co.jp/special/meaw/pair_pv.html
) but as a satellite studio focused above all in the formation of new professionals at a working environment, given that the main aim of the initiative mentioned was to precisely reduce part of the imbalance between the less attractive Japanese animation production industry and other (more stable) sectors partially structured by computer science professionals too, like the interactive entertainment industry (see video-games):アニメ・CG若手育成_20161222_5http://www.asojuku.ac.jp/wp-content/upl ... 161222.pdf
This was planned to be achieved by attracting new talent at its own origin; within the education system
. By way of an early specialisation this may commend further interest on developing even more characteristic skills particular to the animation medium, and subsequently foment its (needed) retention. So, in the end, this studio seems to me more like a 'training camp' where it will be handled some production assistance tasks for the main team.