Source: Twitter Hatsune Miku Fan Creates Miniature 3D Hologram Of The Digital Pop Star At Home 2016-10-14 Fri 2016-10-14 Fri Even for non-fans of digital Japanese pop star Hatsune Miku, concerts featuring her 3D holographic self are quite the incredible sights to see. Despite being a Vocaloid who, if you reach out to touch her, is nothing more than a projection of lights and computer graphics, her powerful presence on stage will hypnotize you into thinking she is a real life superstar — and in so many ways, she is. But knowing not everyone can go out to see her up close in concert, Japanese Twitter user @MiNoMuSu found a way to allow fans to get the full Hatsune Miku experience at home, only in miniature size. カメラ持ってきて疑似ホログラム撮ってみたあーこれ居るわ。そこに居るわ。 pic.twitter.com/2ZOCzKMxBn— みのむす㌠ヒトガタ (@MiNoMuSu) 2016年10月12日 The video shows a private concert Hatsune Miku held for the lucky fan in the comfort of his home, all created by @MiNoMuSu himself. He explains that he first built a transparent prism out of four separate panels, then made a video with four dancing Hatsune Mikus to get the 3D effect. By placing his phone over the prism and playing the video, a miniature Hatsune Miku appeared right before his eyes, a tiny yet still captivating holograph singing and dancing her heart away. @minamonday_v コレを、こうして、こうじゃ pic.twitter.com/r3Mx4VP1ie— みのむす㌠ヒトガタ (@MiNoMuSu) 2016年10月12日 Similar techniques were used when another tech-savvy creative made Pokemon holograms, which tells us that as long as we have a few tools and some know-how, we can all create 3D holograms easily at home. If only this technique could easily be adapted to movies, too... By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:@MiNoMuSu Tags: 3D / Hatsune Miku / Hologram / Japan grape Japan Video Hatsune Miku Fan Creates Miniature 3D Hologram Of The Digital Pop Star At Home Related Article Level Up Your Photography Skills With This Creative New Method Involving Conveyor-Belt Sushi Decorate Your Bath With Stickers For The Ultimate Monkey Onsen Experience Japan’s Starbucks Pudding Is Rolling Out With Its Exquisitely Rich Taste Crows Reward Friendly Japanese Twitter User, Neighbors Not So Lucky Photo Book Captures The Adorable Lives Of Tokyo’s Stray Cats Miku The Shiba Inu Is The Fastest Food Catcher In The East, Paws Down!