Aimi Eguchi and Hatsune Miku: Japan’s Computer-Generated Pop Stars Gain Millions of Fans; Miku has Upcoming Debut in Los Angeles (Video)

By on Jun 27, 2011 in Asia, Entertainment, Music Comments

Aimi Eguchi
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Aimi Eguchi and Hatsune Miku are Japan’s latest CGI pop stars. Aimi Eguchi became a member of AKB48, which is a famous pop band in Japan. Eguchi also made a candy commercial by Ezaki Glico Company and was featured in Japan’s Weekly Playboy, as reported by International news sites, June 25, 2011.

Aimi Eguchi is a computer-generated composite of six of the members of the AKB48 group. Reportedly, the various features came from Atsuko Maeda, her eyes, Mayu Watanabe, her eyebrows, Tomomi Itano, her nose, Mariko Shinoda, her mouth, Minami Takahashi, her outline and Yulo Oshima, her body and hair.

Eguchi was a perfect creation just like another popular pop star Hatsune Miku, who is a singing hologram. Hatsune Miku’s concerts are always sold out and millions of fans cheer her as she sings.  Miku will be “singing” in the Anime Expo in Los Angeles, California next week.

Japan’s CGI, Aimi Eguchi and Hatsune Miku have risen to fame, and are performing to screaming audiences in Japan, just like their human counterparts.


The Making of Aimi Eguchi (Japanese Version)
Video credit: angelalautw /YouTube



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