Japan Creates World’s First All-Virtual Pop Star

Posted by on November 12th, 2010

Meet Hatsune Miku, the world’s first all-virtual pop sensation. Even here voice is a digital creation. What started as a digital voice generator from Yahama known as a vocaloid has gained such popularity that the company has created a 3D Hologram version that has performed to packed stadiums. But the real question is when did we get 3D holograms?!

2 Responses to “Japan Creates World’s First All-Virtual Pop Star”

  1. t2t2 Says:

    3D holograms? 2005, well kinda:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=of72cc9EsW8 (Gorillaz playing on MTV Europe Music Awards 2005)

  2. John Huntington Says:

    We still don’t have 3D holograms, this looks an awfully lot like Musion: