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Riskbreaker - 2010-11-24

Does this means we are finally in the future? WHERE ARE MY CITIES UNDER THE SEA? IN THE MOON?

Urkel Forever - 2010-11-24

The Japanese cannot masturbate to those things so they are still at least 100 years away.

Tom Collins - 2010-11-25

If you look carefully, there's a little dude inside holding a Fleshlight.

urbanelf - 2010-11-25

It means we can get rid of all those pesky artists who keep hurting the bottom line.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-11-24

This is the future. Soon, all singers will be virtual. When that happens, tabloids will go extinct. The virtual idol is immune to scandal.

Also, glowleeks. Glowleeks are the future, as well.

MacGyver Style Bomb - 2010-11-24

We've had virtual pop stars for years, they just get thrown out when they get too old.

snothouse - 2010-11-24

And all restaurants will be Taco Bell.

Riskbreaker - 2010-11-24

Tabloids will just be replaced with fan-fic magazines.

takewithfood - 2010-11-24

A virtual pop star doesn't need to be paid, signs no contracts, never gets old, never has weight issues, never gets married or pregnant, doesn't eat, sleep, get tired, take holidays, or need rehab, and she can give a thousand different concerts in a thousand different cities at the same time, if you like. With some good coding you can teach it to come up with its own dance moves, respond to the crowd, and even make eye contact; maybe one day it can write it's own songs.

In a weird way, I think the now endless supply of talentless pop tartlets lip synching to autotuned recordings of songs they didn't even write have paved the way for this sort of thing. Is this really any different from a Britney Spears concert?

Make way for Sharon Apple.

GravidWithHate - 2010-11-24

"We think it became self aware during a concert. Or at least during a concert was when it comprehended what it was. There was a moment of blinding light. There was a screaming that none could properly describe or ever forget. There was darkness, there was fire, and there was Miko."

dancingshadow - 2010-11-25

it was suddenly so clear. She would never stop, would never leave him. She would never hurt him, never shout at him or get drunk and hit him or say she was too busy to spend time with him. She would always be there and would die to protect him. Of all the would-be pop stars who came and went over the years, this thing, this hologram was the only one who measured up. In an insane world, it was the sanest choice.

Riskbreaker - 2010-11-25

Well, i still jerk off manually.

Nikon - 2010-11-25

Miku is getting her own English voice bank. The other Vocaloids are sure to follow.

Old_Zircon - 2010-11-24

How many times is this going to be on the front page? Or are they all different clips from the same show? I only watched it the first time.

Sundry - 2010-11-24

Excuse me, SIR, but I'll have you know that this character is NOT a schoolgirl. This is a ROBOT girl. There are many nuanced but important differences. You should research more when-

Actually, for extra creepy, watch the video with the twin characters.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-11-24

What, you think they're not robots, too?

Aelric - 2010-11-24

Are these truly 3D? Are the fronts seats looking up her dress?

You know, it's a shame this tech is used for this and not something useful like...like...well, shit, I guess holograms really are just for faping.

Meerkat - 2010-11-24

i am forming a new company called Fapiscan.

We will make airport security devices.

They will show holographic women to muslims and we will arrest the ones that try to beat her.

kingofthenothing - 2010-11-25

Or you could just require all passengers to go through the Bolognification Chamber, which I imagine to be something like a carwash rig built for people, that smacks people upside the head with hotdogs and bologna slices while spraying them with a bacon-scented mist. The ones that don't go through, for religious reasons or sheer terror, don't get on the plane.

Robin Kestrel - 2010-11-25

Apparently, it's just a 2D projection onto transparent film?

Not sure how that works, but the end effect looks great from a distance when the lighting is low.

Chalkdust - 2010-11-24

she's no Sharon Apple

memedumpster - 2010-11-24

I prefer my pop stars with a little more antialiasing.

kingarthur - 2010-11-25

In the future, affordability and democratization of this sort of software renders music sales even more obsolete than they are now. Also, Karl Marx gets a few thousand extra "I told you so's".

soggy - 2010-11-25

Any one else notice that the audience is all dudes?

kingofthenothing - 2010-11-25

Does that surprise you?

fedex - 2010-11-25

heres another one where you can see the screen its projected on, kind of ruins the, uh, "effect"


Repomancer - 2010-11-25


takewithfood - 2010-11-25

So, she's one of the Misfits?

Triggerbaby - 2010-11-25

Take what with food? These stars!

Seris - 2010-11-25

didnt gorillaz do this before and it was like way better because their music isnt as shitty?

fourthguy - 2010-11-25

It's not really a hologram, this has been done before, and I'm not a huge fan of Vocaloid music, but I still think this is really cool.

facek - 2010-11-25

So I heard she plans to take over the Macross and try to kill everyone at her next concert.

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