Monday, November 15, 2010

2D Hologram Projection Anime Celebrity Japanese Live Concert?!


I just came across the most ridiculous thing ever! Apparently there's an animated celebrity Vocaloid known as Hatsune Miku who uses a singing synthesizer to produce her voice. So basically she isn't a live human performer, but just a hologram projection with her own voice. This is probably the closest I've ever seen to "robots" being used as the human race's new source of entertainment and labor. Should definitely check it out and let me know what you think!


Note: I will stay true to the Media Buzz from all around the world and post a little more variety and also more often :) So expect some posts with music, art, video, and etc. just like this one! For all those who are worried that I might share less music, have no fear, I will still definitely keep the "A song a day" tradition going. I am basically just slowly adding more to the blog now :)

34 comments:

  1. Pretty crazy that we can even do that with holographs, wow

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  3. amazing they can do that. Ppl eat that stuff up in japan

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  5. omg!!! i have recently discovered the "vocaloid" and found it extremely catchy and fun!

    my fav vocaloid songs are :world is mine, meltdown, and love is war.

    -vivian

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  6. preaty nice stuff :) gona look for more

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  7. OMG! My kid's been listening to a LOT of Vocaloid lately, so I'm very familiar with her songs. I've never seen this video, though. Outrageous!

    You have an excellent blog and great taste in music. I've been a fan of Nujabes for a few years, but I did not know about his passing. Tragic loss.

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  8. Great post. waiting for more updates

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  9. How is that any different than Willow Smith or Ke$ha using auto-tune to give the illusion of singing?

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  10. this was the most interesting to me

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  11. i don't know if i should feel proud about the level of human emulation engineers have been able to achieve, or ashamed that our musicians and artists are so manufactured and fake as to literally not be real

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  12. I saw this vid a couple of days ago, it's scary how "real" this looked like on stage for an anime celeb. Holographics wise.

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  13. I'm with Travis on this. I'm actually somewhat surprised our hologram tech is that swell.

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