Recently, a special Hatsune Miku event was held at the Synra Dome planetarium at the Tokyo Science Museum which included MikuMikuDance projections and real-time dancing rendered on the planetarium screen. YATTAR JAPAN brings us a photo report after the jump!
TechnoAlta is a Japanese amateur engineer group whose motto is "making the world fun by technology." Inspired by Fridgeezoo, they created the Hatsune Miku version reminder gadget that sits in a fridge and talks to you when you open the door. Check the cute promo after the jump.
DECO*27, no doubt one of the most popular Japanese vocaloid song creators, has been posting his promotional videos monthly. Following "Mousouzei/Delusion Tax" and ""AIKOTOBAⅡ," this month's PV is "Otogibanashi/Fakery Tale" featuring acoustic guitar. Check his latest Miku song after the jump.
Pinocchio-P, the vocaloid producer of Hatsune Miku songs such as the popular "Kusaregedou to Chocolate" has teamed up wtih Edielec for a darling new Miku video. Check it out, plus more after the jump.
Now that Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is out on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, Sega released a trailer featuring nearly ten minutes of footage. Have a look at the clip after the jump for some quick shots of all 47 featured tracks, as well as some of the costumes Miku and friends can dress up in.
Japanese automaker Toyota features the piano cover version of Hatsune Miku's popular song "Senbonzakura" for its hybrid car AQUA's TV CMs. The tune is played by a piano player Marasy, who has been famous for his piano cover videos on Nico Nico Douga and YouTube. Check the cool clips after the jump.
According to this week's Dengeki PlayStation magazine, Sega now has a launch date lined up for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. The rhythm game sequel is set to arrive on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in Japan on March 6, 2014. Read on for more.
Sekiguchi is a Tokyo-based stuffed toy/doll company established in 1918. The company has been famous for its Monchhichi doll line, stuffed toy monkeys first released in Japan in 1974. The most popular Vocaloid character joins its doll lineup this month. Check Sekiguchi's cute Miku doll after the jump.
Geniuses in Japan have come up with a new program that adds realism to the hair and clothing found on computer characters. Watch a demo video that showcases a new dimension in Miku’s “Ahoge” and “impenetrable skirt”, after the jump!
Fans voted back in May to make 2014’s Snow Miku a magical girl. Now Kahotan has unveiled the new Nendoroid on twitter, and you can check out the pictures after the jump.