A Japanese fan is building its own 'Hatsune Miku Real'

A Japanese fan is building its own 'Hatsune Miku Real'

Since mid-September a video rose to the Japanese Niconic platform was viral by the Rokujouhitoma Kenkyuushitsu (Six-tatami laboratory), where the evidence of a real-scale model of Victoroid Virtual Idol, Hatsune Miku. The video shows part of the interpretation of the musical theme "Last Night, Good Night".

Since then the official Twitter account of the project has been carrying out some updates on the development of the model, adding photographs but still not becoming too viral. Fans agree that once I improve the presentation of the prototype (adding changing rooms and other elements), the popularity of the project will definitely increase.

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About Hatsune Miku.

The name of the character comes from the merger of the Japanese words for "first" (初, Hatsu), "Sound" (音, NE) and "Future" (ミク, Miku), so it means "The first sound of the future ", In reference to its position as the first of the" Vocal Series Character "of Crypton Future Media. Hatsune Miku was the first vocaloid developed by Crypton Future Media after taking charge of the release of Yamaha, Meiko and Kaito vowels. Miku was intended to be the first of a series of vocaloids called "Character Vocal Series", which included Kagamine Rin / Len and Megurine Luka. Each one had a particular vocal concept and direction.

It was built using Yamaha Vocaloid 2 technology, and subsequently updated to newer versions of the engine. It was created by taking vocal samples from the Saki Fujita voice actress with a controlled tone and tuning. All those samples contain a unique Japanese phonic that, when chained, creates complete letters and phrases. The tone of the samples should be altered by the synthesizer engine and built on a keyboard style instrument within the vocaloid software.

Source: Niconico News Original

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