Crypton Future Media and the Gallery Nucleus of Alhambra, California, are joining forces to present an original exhibition show-casing artwork inspired by the world's most popular virtual idol, Hatsune Miku. Hit the jump to learn more.
Hatsune Miku's "Senbonzakura" was originally composed by Kurousa-P in September 2011, and is often chosen as one of her most popular songs. Many artists have covered it, and the latest take is performed by three-member masked electronic dance-pop unit CTS. Check their version after the jump.
The Nendoroid-style visuals of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX are on full display in the Nintendo 3DS rhythm game's first full trailer. See that along with a snippet of the opening movie after the jump.
Everybody and their mom these days has a podcast, but how many can say that they record with a mixer inspired by virtual pop goddess Hatsune Miku? Thanks to Yamaha, this is now a possiblity. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's official. Hatsune Miku is going to play the Nippon Budokan arena in September as part of the Magical Mirai 2015 tour. Hit the jump to learn more.
March 9th is a geeky word-play holiday two-for as as the phonic pronunciation of 3 and 9 can be either "Miku" or "Zaku!" Miku got a great turn out for her day as artists like redjuice (Guilty Crown) Takuya Fujima (Dog Days, Nanohana Vivd) while FREEing and Good Smile Company used the opportunity to launch orders for their Miku V3 figure. At the same time, Gundam otaku did their best to represent Zeon's trademark mobile suit.
Will the world's most famous virtual idol rock the stage at Japan's most prestigious musical venue? Hit the jump to speculate.
Die-hard Hatsune Miku fans will have another type of collectible item to add to their stash: a cuddly teddy bear! But it's not just any teddy bear, its a Steiff bear. This bear's gonna cost you a good amount of dough to take home. Hit the jump to see how cute the bear is!
It is confirmed today that a live-action film based on halyosy's vocaloid song "Sakura no Ame" (Cherry blossom rain), originally released with Hatsune Miku's vocals in February 2008, is in the works. It is scheduled to be released before the end of this year. Hit the jump for more information.
Chocolate wafers, collectible stickers, and virtual idols. This can only mean one thing: another collaboration between Hatsune Miku and Bikkuriman. Hit the jump to learn more.
Is it an unauthorized parody, or has Hatsune Miku sold her soul to the company store? Your guess is as good as mine. Hit the jump to speculate.