Merry Christmas~!

Merry Christmas~!

Christmas is coming in a few days. I wish all of you Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Let Hatsune Miku accompany with you for Christmas.

Nendoroid K-ON!

Nendoroid K-ON!

The following is K-ON! - Don't say lazy, which is Nendoroid version. Friends who are interested let's take a look, very cute! Ha ha!

The Final Doraemon

The Final Doraemon

This comic is not belong to original author, but it is so touching. No matter what it is true or false, as long as a good story.

Kagamine Rin & Len - Kokoro (Heart)

I like this Kagamine Rin/Len's song - Kokoro (Heart). It is so beautiful and touching.

Kagamine Rin

Kagamine Len

Kagamine Rin & Len

Released on December 27, 2007, Rin & Len Kagamine (鏡音リン・レン, Kagamine Rin/Len) is the second installment of the Vocaloid Character Vocal Series developed by Crypton Future Media Ltd. (CFM), male voice (Len) and female voice (Rin). At first, CFM projected a Vocaloid with low-teen girl's voice following Miku Hatsune, but there was a demand for a boy's, so CFM adopted a voice actress who can produce both sounds. The developer says that their family name was from the developing code combining Kagami (鏡, mirror) and Ne (音, sound), i.e., they are the mirror reflections meaning Rin "right" and Len "left." This is, however, NOT an official announcement of CFM. Also CFM had an intension to distribute them as twins, this idea was not adopted, either. Still CFM seems to have no objection to this prevailing knowledge. According to Crypton's official blog, the package includes two voice banks: one for Rin and another for Len, both provided by the seiyū Asami Shimoda (下田 麻美).Despite the double voice banks, the package still sells at the same price as Miku Hatsune.

On June 12, 2008, Crypton announced the updated edition, named "act2", would be released in early July 2008. Users who had bought the old version got an expansion disc free of charge. On June 18, 2008, beta demonstration songs using the new version were released on the company's official blog.

The act.2 version is an independent installation, and coexists with the initial software.

via Wikia - Rin/Len Kagamine

Hatsune Miku & Windows Live Messenger (WLM)

Actually, I like Vocaloid characters, such as Hatsune Miku. I don't know whether this video is Windows Live Messenger (WLM) Commercial Ad or else. Anyway, I like this video very much! ^^

Miku Hatsune (初音ミク Hatsune Miku) is the first installment in the Vocaloid2 Character Vocal Series created by Crypton Future Media and the most popular and well-known Vocaloid, released on August 31, 2007. The name of the title and the character of the software was chosen by combining Hatsu (初, first), Ne (音, sound), and Miku (未来, future) thus meaning "the first sound to the future." The data for the voice was created by actually sampling the voice of Saki Fujita (藤田 咲), a Japanese voice actress. Unlike general purpose speech synthesizers, the software is tuned to create J-pop songs commonly heard in anime, but it is possible to create songs from other genres.

via Wikia - Miku Hatsune
Jackie Chan & Eugene Kaspersky Commercial Ad

Jackie Chan & Eugene Kaspersky Commercial Ad

Jackie Chan did a commercial ad with the company’s owner, Eugene Kaspersky.

Kaspersky Lab is a computer security company, co-founded by Natalya Kaspersky and Eugene Kaspersky in 1997, offering anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam, and anti-intrusion products. Kaspersky Lab is a privately held company headquartered in Moscow, Russia with regional offices in Germany, France, the Netherlands, the UK, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Japan, People's Republic of China, South Korea and the USA.

In 2005, Red Herring magazine listed Kaspersky among "Red Herring 100 Europe", a selection of the 100 private companies in Europe and Israel that it considered to play a leading role in innovation and technology.

The Kaspersky Anti-Virus engine also powers products or solutions by other security vendors, such as Check Point, Bluecoat, Juniper Networks, Sybari (now acquired by Microsoft), Netintelligence, GFI Software, F-Secure, Clearswift, FrontBridge, G-Data, Netasq, and others. Altogether, more than 120 companies are licensing technology from Kaspersky.

via Wikipedia - Kaspersky Lab
Bayonetta - Live Action Japanese Commercial

Bayonetta - Live Action Japanese Commercial

I found a Game "Bayonetta" Japanese Commercial. The theme song is called "Something Missing" that is sang by a Japanese singer MiChi. Not bad, huh? The game will be available for the PS3 and Xbox 360, with a Japanese release in October and American release in January 2010.

The theme song MiChi - Something Missing

For more details about Bayonetta, please search: PlatinumGames