WeLL, what a pity it was a 1080i record, scan line and some other small problem may bother someone. But to me, since i always watching BD on HTPC, using codec to "clean" those problems, the visual becomes perfect, it's just awesome! Note: a good sound card or connect directly your home theater sound system in order to enjoy 100% the excellence of the sound, it's epic!!!!
Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA-/Blu-Ray "Miku no Hi Kanshasai 39' Giving Day Project DIVA presents Hatsune Miku Solo Concert - Konbanwa, Hatsune Miku Desu.-" [Blu-ray]
|Points You Earn||3% (210p)|
|Release Date||September 01, 2010|
First Press / External Bonus
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Original Release Year||2010|
Description in Japanese
初音ミク/Blu-Ray「ミクの日感謝祭 39's Giving Day Project DIVA presents 初音ミク・ソロコンサート～こんばんは、初音ミクです。～」 [Blu-ray] / オムニバス
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Hatsune Miku, the virtual idol who took the music scene by storm, held her first live concert on March 9th 2010 to a packed house at Zepp Tokyo. A 3D avatar of the singer was displayed on a large screen on stage, backed by a band, shown in such a way that she could freely roam the stage and create a convincing illusion that she was actually performing - a one of a kind event that's commemorated here on gorgeous high definition Blu-ray. Joined by guests Rin and Len as well as Megurine Luka, the other Vocaloid software singers, the concert spanned a gigantic 29 songs plus two encore pieces for a total of 31, and this disc also includes the special extra of a "rehearsal" for the concert performed by Miku. The energy of the live audience can't be beat - 131 minutes of run time for this stunning disc that any Miku fan will want in their collection.
Having seen the original nicovideo broadcast, the sheer quality of this felt like direct punch to the stomach! Presentation: The blu-ray box features the art you see above along with the track listing on the back. The booklet inside is just a few pages with yet another track listing. The disk itself features the cover art as well. The menu is simple but sleek featuring the vocaloids. Features: There are 31 AWESOME performances in total and also includes some extra footage from test performances. There is also a 5.1 surround sound track! Quality: Having seen the original, jerky broadcast, I was just blown away with the quality. However I must say there are few flaws that may concern some. Firstly, the concert is presented in 1080i which causes some macro blocking(pixelation) and aliasing(jagged lines on Miku) during big close ups. However, most of the time it looks great and if you're a Miku fan like me, you will be blinded by the awesome performances! Conclusion: Although a little pricey, I highly recommend you buy the concert and if you have a blu-ray player, you might as well go for the blu-ray while you're at it. Buy it now and support Miku!
First time I've seen or heard from Hatsune Miku was back in March 2010. When some Anime sites reported about the Hatsune Miku life concert. And after seeing some vids on youtube I though "I've got to have this!" And when it finally came to BlueRay I just ordered it without any doubt that this concert would be really cool. And seeing it in HD for the first time simply blew me away. None the less I was completly stunned to find more than 52 Singles and Albums of Hatsune Miku on iTunes at the time. And even though I don't understand one word of Japanese I really do like her singing! Plus the idea of having a transparent projection of an animated idol, including a life band completly in Synch is something I've never dreamt possible. I really hope there will be another one in the future!
I saw a NicoNicoDouga online broadcast of the concert back in March, and when I heard that the show was going to be released as a high-definition recording, I was overjoyed. I preordered the blu-ray as soon as it became available and eagerly waited for the release for two months. When I finally got the disc, I wasn't disappointed (mostly because I knew what to expect based on the NND broadcast). I don't usually buy live concert recordings, but definitely wanted to get this one because there's no telling when there's going to be a big Vocaloid live event like this again. I really enjoyed watching the show. Most of the songs were great and the persentation was superb. They played many of my favorite songs like "Promise", "Romeo and Cinderella" and "Stargazer". This wasn't Miku's first live performance, but the previous shows weren't nearly as well made as this one. The characters looked so real. With some imagination you could think they were really there, dancing and singing on the stage. Like the Vocaloid software itself, the show was definitely pushing the boundaries of modern technology in entertainment. It was nice to see some of the other Vocaloids as well, even though KAITO and MEIKO were missing (not to speak of Vocaloids made by other corporations besides Crypton). The blu-ray was a bit expensive, but in my opinion it was worth every yen. I can't think of anything to complain about, so I'll have to give it 5 stars. The resolution should have been 1080p instead of 1080i, but I don't think that makes so much of a difference. I've now watched the show twice from start to finish, and will watch it again many times over. I like listening to Vocaloid music, but seeing the characters on screen is at least twice as good. I only wish that one day I could personally attend one of these Vocaloid live events.