Mitchie M Releases Full-Lenght Version of “Burenai ai de”

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Other,Software — Written by Lawrence Elsa on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 @ 6:42 pm

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An extended version of Mitchie M’s song featured in Rohto’s Digi-Eye AR app has been released on YouTube and Niconico with a complete song and 3DPV.
 

 
The YouTube upload of Hatsune Miku’s up-beat love ballad features full English subtitles on the Youtube upload. The video was directed by llcheesell, and the dance choreography was provided by Malo chan (Tatsuro Ogata). The model is the same one used in the AR app, and was modeled by Kasoku Satō (KSK), who also made the model of Miku for the Happy Birthday song in 2012.
 
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Mitchie M also mentioned that Rohto Digi-Eye will be exhibited at Magical Mirai in Osaka, and encourages all people who are going to check them out!

Mitchie M Releases Full-Lenght Version of “Burenai ai de”

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Other,Software — Written by Lawrence Elsa on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 @ 6:42 pm

burenai-title-card
 
An extended version of Mitchie M’s song featured in Rohto’s Digi-Eye AR app has been released on YouTube and Niconico with a complete song and 3DPV.
 

 
The YouTube upload of Hatsune Miku’s up-beat love ballad features full English subtitles on the Youtube upload. The video was directed by llcheesell, and the dance choreography was provided by Malo chan (Tatsuro Ogata). The model is the same one used in the AR app, and was modeled by Kasoku Satō (KSK), who also made the model of Miku for the Happy Birthday song in 2012.
 
burenaimeadow
 
Mitchie M also mentioned that Rohto Digi-Eye will be exhibited at Magical Mirai in Osaka, and encourages all people who are going to check them out!

Mitchie M Releases Full-Lenght Version of “Burenai ai de”

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Other,Software — Written by Lawrence Elsa on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 @ 6:42 pm

burenai-title-card
 
An extended version of Mitchie M’s song featured in Rohto’s Digi-Eye AR app has been released on YouTube and Niconico with a complete song and 3DPV.
 

 
The YouTube upload of Hatsune Miku’s up-beat love ballad features full English subtitles on the Youtube upload. The video was directed by llcheesell, and the dance choreography was provided by Malo chan (Tatsuro Ogata). The model is the same one used in the AR app, and was modeled by Kasoku Satō (KSK), who also made the model of Miku for the Happy Birthday song in 2012.
 
burenaimeadow
 
Mitchie M also mentioned that Rohto Digi-Eye will be exhibited at Magical Mirai in Osaka, and encourages all people who are going to check them out!

Family Mart and TSUYATA & ANIMATE Group Autumn 2014 Lottery Promotion Prizes Detailed

Filed under: Events,Figures,Hatsune Miku,Merchandise — Written by jrharbort on Friday, August 29th, 2014 @ 3:31 pm


 
The previous information leaks regarding the upcoming Autumn Family Mart Promotion have proven to be true, and we now have photos of the prizes that will be available starting early October. The promotion will work the same as all past lotteries, where you must purchase an 800 Yen ticket from a Family Mart store to win a random prize. For this promotion, there is a total of 9 prize tiers. But this time, the TSUYATA & ANIMATE Group stores are also participating in the promotion.

【A Prize】Hatsune Miku: Lat Miku Autumn Version

 
The top prize (or second rarest prize) of the promotion is the Autumn colored LAT Miku scaled figure. Other than for the color scheme, the sculture is based on the original 1/8 scale LAT Miku figure.

【B & C Prize】Hatsune Miku and Luka Memo Note Figure Stand

 
The next two prize tiers are cute desk figures designed by CHAN×CO. They come in only one variety for each tier: Hatsune Miku for tier B, and Megurine Luka for tier C. The figures also double as a stand for notes, or anything else that might be paper thin.

【D Prize】Multi flat pouch

 
Featuring artwork by Fujinoki Tomoko, this flat pouch shows Miku playing music on an autumn night. It’s perfect for carrying around your tablet, small notebook and some documents.

【E Prize】Melamine plate set

 
For the E prize tier, winners will receive one of the three different Melamine plate sets pictured above. Each set will include a plate, fork and spoon.

【F Prize】Napsack Set
Family Mart exclusive napsacks

TSUYATA & ANIMATE Group exclusive napsacks

 
The napsack prize tier is interesting, as the bag design choices vary depending on if you purchase your tickets at Family Mart, or TSUYATA & ANIMATE Group. There is 5 designs per store, for a total of 10 different designs.

【E Prize】Rubber Strap

 
Based on the illustrative designs of OSTER project’sAlice in Musicland“, these cute rubber straps also include an additional tiny charm to accompany each character. There are 6 varieties in all.

【BE@RBRICKB Prize】Bear Brick

 
The bottom tier prize is a Bear Brick BE@RBRICK figures based on the 6 Cryptonloid characters. There is also a 7th secret character that is currently unknown. Any guesses as to who it could be?

【LAST Prize】Mikudayo face cushion

 
The “Last” prize is the Mikudayo face cushion, which can help you achieve the nightmares you desire in your sleep (just joking). In order to receive the “last” prize from any store, you must purchase the remaining ticket. For this reason, the “last” prize is also the rarest prize in each promotion.

Additional images of the prizes can also be found from the Happy Kuji website. If you plan to participate in the fall lottery promotion, good luck! Via Hatsune Miku Blog

Musical Instrument From Classic “Innocence” 3DPV Recreated in Real Life

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Music — Written by jrharbort on Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 @ 10:05 pm


 
If you’ve been following Vocaloid music long enough (or dug deep enough), then some of you may remember the popular classic 3DPV for the song “Innocence”, which was created in 2008 using 3DCG software other than MikuMikuDance. One interesting aspect of the video was how Hatsune Miku was using a sort of touch screen synthesizer, held like a guitar.

The design inpired many artists to create various fan art, including Tripshots. The instrument is simply known as the “unknown music device” or “that instrument”. Below is the original 3DPV, where the instrument can be seen.

A Vocaloid fan and creator named Ma Shigure on Nicovideo has recreated the instrument in real life. In the video, Shigure shows the creation process, which used components that are freely available on the market, should anyone else also be interested in creating one. It is the first self-contained replica to offer completely dynamic output, instead of pre-programmed functions. Pretty amazing replica, I think.

The demo video below uses the instrumental for “Innocence”. The on-vocal and off-vocal versions can both be downloaded for free from KazuP’s Piapro.

Via Mikustream

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