Character goods maker Cospa's Tran Trip label specializes in simple costumes for parties and the like, as opposed to the cosplay quality outfits of their Cospatio label. Following the Hatsune Miku outfit out this month, Rin and Len Kagamine suits have been scheduled for April 2014. Get a look after the jump.
Vocaloid producer and "Legendary Kagamine Master" Jesus-P and Wonderful☆Opportunity ("Remote Controll," "8 Hit") are back with a new music video featuring Kagamine Rin and Len. Her latest work, "Death Should Not Have Taken Thee!," is evoking games again with the twins parodying Dragon Quest. Check out the Glider illustrated music video after the jump.
Producer Neru (aka Oshiire-P), maybe best known for "Tokyo Teddy Bear," has released new album Sekai Seifuku (World Domination) featuring vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len. Two of the videos associated with songs on the album have now been subtitled. Give them a look after the jump.
Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has revealed that the grown up version of vocaloid Kagamine Rin, as seen in "Rin-chan Nau!" and the disconcerting Mikudayo (“It’s Miku!”) will be appearing as a module and virtual item respectively in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F. Get a look after the jump.
After the August introduction of Hatsune Miku, Crypton produced a young male and female duet follow-up with vocaloids Rin and Len - both based on the voice of Asami Shimoda. According to Asami Shimoda, Len's voice was achieved by singing within her chest, while Rin's at the top of her head. Sega is marking their birthday with a special Project Diva F trailer. Get a look after the jump.