Japanese 3D hologram rock star

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The future is now: Hatsune Miku is a virtual singer developed by Crypton Future Media, from Yamaha's Vocaloid synthesizing technology. Her name is Japanese for first (初, hatsu), sound (音, ne) and future (Miku (ミク).

More videos of Hatsune Miku performing, on SingularityClub

Hatsune Miku
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5 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Nice. The music is ccol too.

Anonymous said...

HOLY SHIT she's adorable. o.o

Anonymous said...

Okay, now that we have Sharon Apple, where's my Valkyrie?

Anonymous said...

Shows how far we have gotten with 3D holograms. But I did not think it was to a point where it could be used in a practical environment.

Anonymous said...

that's SO stupid, why would you go to a concert to see a 3D hologram instead of an artist, or a band LIVE?? Gosh I hate Japenese people and their pointless use of technology..

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