Japan’s 3D Hologram Rock Star Hatsune Miku In Concert

Wow, even the rock stars are being replaced ????????

Here is a video of Japan‘s 3D Hologram rock star Hatsune Miku performing in concert. This is probably one of the coolest things I’ve seen in awhile. The 3D hologram looks awesome and the music is fantastic!
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Hatsune Miku was developed by Crypton Media using Yamaha’s Vocaloid voice synthesizer. She has had a number one hit single and continues to sell out concert after concert.
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Yesterday I wrote a post about the music industry’s 2.0 turn. Today I was sent this awesome video of a Hatsune Miku, a hologram who’s fast becoming Japan’s most famous rock star. The virtual star with blue-green hair is literally a piece of software who sings catchy J-pop tunes. (And you thought auto-tuning was bad.)

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Hatsune Miku was created by Crypton Media using Yamaha’s Vocaloid voice synthesizer. The virtual avatar, who appears on stage as a 3D hologram, has continually been selling out concerts in Japan. Crypton has even set up a record label called KarenT with its own YouTube channel.

1/8 Hatsune Miku
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