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More 3D Hologram Miku


A project called FVP (Future Vision Projector) that’s being handled by Polyphonicskies has successfully make a 3D Holographic Hatsune Miku with height about 1M tall. As you already saw on Hatsune Miku’s concert, this one will probably works the same like that and you can view this on your own home. Got you Interested?

As you can see in those pictures above, at least 23 visual projector, a big glass screen and a lot of cables are needed to do this, because it’s still under development. The amount of the requirement might be decreased, soon in the near future.

Here’s the video :

Related topic : Hologram for Hatsune Miku.

There’s also more, you can also have the mini-size of your dancing Miku like in this video below.
If you do want to know how to do it, please ask him how. :)


Design For Nendoroid Snow Miku (Yuki Miku) 2012 Confirmed !!

The winning design as you can see above,  won with 45.8% vote.

Hoping to pre-order it soon. This nendoroid is a “limited” item for sure.


Nendoroid Designs for Snow Miku (Yuki Miku) 2012 is out!

The 2012 Nendoroid Snow Miku design will be one of the above.

You can find out more about the illustrators of the above designs at the link below:

http://piapro.jp/static/?view=2012yukimiku

Personally i like the 4th, and for the 2nd best is the 1st~

Info from GSC-Mikatan


Hologram for Hatsune Miku

Japan’s National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) demonstrates a concert-style 3D projection of the virtual idol Hatsune Miku — except it’s on a tabletop. (To turn off the superimposed comments in the video, select the word balloon icon in the bottom right corner of the video.) Unlike last year’s 39’s Giving Day concert, people can view Hatsune Miku dancing in 360 degrees from any seat around the table, since it uses the current fVisiON 3D display prototype developedby NICT’s Shunsuke Yoshida. No glasses are necessary to view the display in person.

Yoshida and the other members of the NICT team presented the fVisiON 3D display at the annual SIGGRAPH conference in Los Angeles last July. Researcher Dr. Shunsuke Yoshida gives plenty of details about the project he rather cannily chose to exhibit using Miku, although sadly he is silent as to just how low a viewing angle the technology allows :

fVisiOn is a novel glasses-free tabletop 3D display. The developed novel technique can float standing 3D image on a blank flat tabletop surface, and allow multiple viewers to observe the 3D from omnidirection of 360° in seated condition. It is designed to be a friendly interface for multiple users for varied tabletop tasks by featuring our glasses-free method and observation style.

For generation of the 3D images, fVisiOn employs a newly developed special optical device as a screen and a series of micro projectors arranged circularly. The combination of those devices reproduces a light field in a certain volume on the table.

The light field represents a bunch of directional rays radiated from surfaces of objects which are assumed to be on the table. The light field of our method is optimized for observing in seated condition. In other words, the fVisiOn’s viewing area occupies an oblique position above the table.

Additionally, our entire 3D imaging mechanism is installed underneath the table. It keeps the tabletop area clear and does not disturb collaborative work and natural communications. For example, fVisiOn can display virtual 3D images beside printed documents and physical mock-ups.

The developed system is a prototype to validate a 3D generation principle we proposed. It employs a conical-shaped optical device and 96 projectors, and covers the viewing area of approximately 120° around the table, though it is 1/3 of ideal implementation. This primal prototype can float the 3D images of a height of approximately 5 cm on the tabletop surface like a centerpiece in the center of the table.

Maybe it won’t take any long until you can see Hatsune Miku’s Concert without that glass wall, lol.

More : http://mmc.nict.go.jp/people/shun/fVisiOn/fVisiOn.html

An article you might found it interesting posted by me on figure.fm

Info from : ANN & SankakuComplex


Nendoroid Hatsune Miku Support Vers.

After the huge earthquake that hit Eastern Japan earlier this month lots of people are living in very unfortunate circumstances in the East of Japan. Good Smile is trying to help in any way it possibly can.

What makes it different with the original Hatsune Miku Nendoroid? The additional face, pompoms as extra accessory and also a support flag shaped in a musical note.

All sales of Nendoroid Miku Hatsune: Support Ver. will support the relief efforts in Eastern Japan.
Each sale will contribute 1000 yen to the Japan Red Cross. Overseas sales will be available!

Orders will be taken at the GSC Online Shop from the 8th April.

The figures will be made-to-order, so be sure to order if you wish to show your support. Further details about payment methods and shipping will be put up on the Good Smile Online shop in the near future.

Good Smile Online Shop:

http://goodsmile.ecq.sc/

If you are ordering from overseas, please note the following:

  • Orders start on the 8th April. More details will be revealed later.
  • Delivery will be in mid-July.

Info from GSC-Mikatan or you can check the other info from here.


Nendoroid Snow Miku [Snow Playtime Edition]

A new version of Snow Miku. Compared with the previous released of Nendoroid Snow Miku, this version has different accessories and both of the arms and legs are move-able (example : Saber Super-move-able Nendoroid).

Nendoroid Snow Miku [Snow Playtime Edition] will be sold at the Wonder Festival ‘WONDERFUL HOBBY LIFE YOU!! at the 62nd Sapporo Snow Festival, which will be held between 7 Feb 2011 till 13 Feb 2011. In addition, she will also be sold via GSC exclusive partner stores.

Snow Miku for Sapporo 2011

Source: GSC Blog by Mika-tan