Art by ryota ©︎ CFM
For the 4th time this year, we will be celebrating Hatsune Miku's birthday on August 31st by gathering and sharing birthday messages from her fans from around the world.
You will be able to submit your messages online from Aug. 10 (Tue) to Aug. 24 (Tue) (Japan Time)
The messages will be displayed and animated to the theme songs of three official Hatsune Miku events held in 2021 (MIKU EXPO 2021 Online, Digital Stars 2021, Magical Mirai 2021).
1st show08.31(Tue.) 22:00
2nd show09.01(Wed.) 10:00
The charts below show the events start time in cities around the world.
All the events have finished. Thank you for your participation!
*Each performance will be repeated twice from the start time
*The messages used in the performance will be different each time
*Your device must be able to play a YouTube video in order to participate
Thank you very much for sending many birthday messages! The message submission is finished.
Aug. 10, 2021 6pm - Aug. 24, 2021 6pm (JST)
What is Songle Sync?
"Songle Sync" is a novel technology that can drive hundreds of smartphones and personal computers to show graphic-based animations synchronized with music playback.
Songle Sync is a large-scale music-synchronized control platform, which is publicly available as an outcome of research and development by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. This time we are presenting a special version of Songle Sync used to control a TextAlive animation, but you can always experience the power of Songle Sync on its official website for free! Access the web site with your own smartphone or personal computer and invite neighbors to enjoy graphic-based animations synchronized with your favorite music. The animations are dynamically generated on your device so that the amount of transferred data remains compact.
Organized by Crypton Future Media, INC.
In collaboration with RecMus Project, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Songle Sync by AIST is open to the public for academic purposes. Songle Sync collaborates with "Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project 2021 : A Collaboration with Songle Sync" as part of their experimental research demonstrations. Songle Sync is supported in part by JST CREST Grant Number JPMJCR20D4, Japan.
AIST project team: Jun Kato (producer), Takahiro Inoue (design and development of Songle Sync), Masataka Goto (executive producer), Masahiro Hamasaki, etc.
Style development: Jun Kato (AIST), Kota Minagawa (CFM), Hideki Ishikawa (CFM), daniwell