Domino’s Pizza Japanese app features Vocaloid singer Hatsune Miku

Pretty cool: Domino’s Pizza goes all in on mobile tech wizardry — at least for its Japanese market — with a new app featuring Hatsune Miku, a Vocaloid, synthetic/anime J-pop persona that’s entirely digital. According to a new video that has Domino’s Japan CEO Scott Oelkers introducing the app, Domino’s staff came up with songs for the app, and the Vocaloid software program generated the singing by the animated star Miku. Pretty cool…. wonder if Domino’s will be able to come up with an English-language US version, and if young Americans would order their pizza from a singing app?

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2 Responses to Domino’s Pizza Japanese app features Vocaloid singer Hatsune Miku

  1. Linda says:

    That is so cool!! I wish I could get at least a pizza box to check it out. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Gil Asakawa says:

    I know — next time I go to japan if it’s still being used, I might have to order a pizza!

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