Jan 072018
 

There is no such thing as “Too Much Miku”, as it simply increases the amount of adorableness and fun. This is especially true for for Tac’s latest MikuMikuDance video, titled “Are You Going To Visit Hatsune Miku?”.

The video is a sequel to Tac’s previous popular work, “LET’S GO SEE MIKU!” (watch here → https://youtu.be/_zjjtkCFkeI), and follows up on Mariel’s previous visit to the mansion of Hatsune Miku(s). She plans to visit them again, but first she tries to explain her previous venture to her friends, and convince them it’s perfectly safe (and that she isn’t crazy).

Watch the video from Tac’s official channel below! Official channel link → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD2gA4RLxNDgGMx97uVWQ5A/

Fun Fact: Tac says he used around 230 different Hatsune Miku MMD models for the creation of this video!

Dec 032017
 

For the first time in nearly 3 years, MikuMikuDance has received an update, although it’s actually a fairly small one. Specifically, the version 9.27 update fixes a mouse bug with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

If you run Windows 10, and encounter issues with the controls in MMD, be sure to grab the latest version from the official site! → http://www.geocities.jp/higuchuu4/index_e.htm

Nov 142017
 

The Vocaloid producer DaniwellP, best known as the original creator of the Nyan Cat song, has been busy with releasing a lot of new content. Among these are new games, songs, albums, and surprisingly, a MikuMikuDance model! DaniwellP is definitely a Hatsune Miku community favorite, so here’s a roundup of his recent works.

If you missed the quick announcement from our social media, DaniwellP created a fun and very addicting webapp called Mikutap, where you can generate random Miku sounds to the rhythm of background music. It’s both uniquely cute and fun! Check out the official trailer above, and the webapp from the official site → https://aidn.jp/mikutap/

Protip: You can add the webapp to your device’s homescreen as an app to quickly launch it from anywhere! Just use Chrome or Safari’s “add to home screen” option.

Daniwell releasing a Hatsune Miku model for MikuMikuDance was definitely an unexpected surprise for sure. Rather than something “life-like” or an attempted mirror of Miku’s normal style, Daniwell went the creative route and went for a more simplistic, block-styled Miku, but with its own unique charm. It even has a neko ear option! Download it from the official site → http://aidn.jp/mmd/box_miku/

Tying in with the MMD model release, Daniwell also created a short music video using the new model, and surprisingly, the Hatsune Miku’s English voicebank. At just 23 seconds in length, it’s perfect to have as your ringtone. In fact, Daniwell also makes it downloadable from his official site, so go nuts! → http://aidn.jp/sound/

Lastly, Daniwell released his 3rd album “UCHU ZENBU” a couple months ago, and it was sadly overlooked by many. But it’s definitely worth a listen and addition to any Hatsune Miku fan’s collection! Check out the official page for all the shop links → https://aidn.jp/daniwell/uz/

Jun 052017
 

Don’t miss out on attending AnimeNEXT in you’re in the New Jersey area this weekend, because there’s a nice surprise in store for Hatsune Miku and Senbonzakura fans!

The Vocaloid fan circle Mirai no Neiro will be hosting special events on Friday (June 9th) and Saturday (June 10th). These include an autograph session on Friday evening with Ittomaru, the illustrator behind Senbonzakura, and author of the Senbonzakura novel. There will be a discussion panel and a mini-MMD concert on Saturday afternoon, presented by NAO. Toshihiro Fukuoka, executive producer of the Senbonzakura Project, will also be present.

Event detail: http://www.animenext.org/guests/vocaloid

Mirai no Neiro is an independent fan-produced event. It is not an official live concert promoted by Crypton Future Media, Inc. Article artwork by Ittomaru.

May 132017
 

It’s not too often you see a new Hatsune Miku model pop up based on an original design concept, but DigitrevX’s latest project is definitely an awesome one: One of the racing Miku 2016 finalist designs by RSK has been made into a MikuMikuDance model!

For the final 2016 Racing Miku design, Goodsmile Racing decided to incorporate details from all the finalists chosen, including elements from RSK’s submission, into a single design. RSK’s solo design, however, was a popular fan favorite (and one of ours as well!).

RSK’s Racing Miku 2016 Design Submission

The model is freely available for download from DigitrevX’s deviantart. Just be sure to follow all model usage guidelines! Link → http://digitrevx.deviantart.com/art/Racing-Miku-RSK-Ver-MMD-Release-680450730