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Hello Everyone,

My friend posted his photos from the gathering.

https://secure.flickr.com/photos/dragaroo/sets/72157633867564365/

Enjoy

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I will post a link of some of the pictures that my friend took of the meet up, but it might take him some time to get to them because he took over 4000 pictures at fanime. Btw, I was the dual wielding Kirito at the meet up.

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Just an idea:

Since speed dating has become so popular that the demand is about 4 time greater than the supply of seat. Would it be possible to create a singles mixer? Attendants would still have to sign up, receive a time slot, and show their id to prove that they are 18 years old to attend this event. This would allow more people to participate in the event and still have the assurance that they are talking to someone that is 18 and looking to find someone.       

That is only really the case in males, most females got in.

If a mixer were done in the same way, you'd basically have about 4:1 ratio of dudes to ladies.

JUSSSSSSSSSSSSS Sayin.

I still saw about 5-10 females that were turned away during one of the event.

True, a mixer would most likely have a higher males to females ratio, but the event coordinators could cap it off once the event hit a ratio of (X) male to (X) females. The ratio would not be any different than a normal club on a Friday night. You also know that they like anime to some extent which is rare to find in every day encounters (at least for me). A mixer would change the dynamics of the event to where people will have to uses their social skills to start conversations will people. I think this type of format would have a greater chance for Fanime attendees (depending on how large the room is) to participate in this type of event than a speed dating room with 20 male and female participants.   

Maybe they could have both mixers and speed dating for Fanime to relieve some of the demand from this event.

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Just an idea:

Since speed dating has become so popular that the demand is about 4 time greater than the supply of seat. Would it be possible to create a singles mixer? Attendants would still have to sign up, receive a time slot, and show their id to prove that they are 18 years old to attend this event. This would allow more people to participate in the event and still have the assurance that they are talking to someone that is 18 and looking to find someone.       

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@ Jail Bait

It could be from Action category AMV Title: Skillex MEP, Song Artist: Skrillex, Song Title: First of the Year  Anime: High School of the Dead,
or 
Comedy Category, AMV Title: A Brainless Video, Song Artist: Evil Dead/The Musical, Song Title: What the **** Was That, Anime: Highschool of the Dead

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General Convention Discussion / Re: Missed Connections Fanime 2012
« on: May 29, 2012, 08:53:59 PM »
Hello everyone,

I posted this before, but I added more to the story and felt justified in reposting.

I am looking for an asian? girl was wearing a Loltia/maid dress black/white? and a light colored shawl. On Sunday Night, around 9pm, she came up to me when I was walking through the park and ask where the black and white ball was located. I told her that she should follow me because I was going the same way. We had a small conversation about ballroom dancing, and I felt that I had chemistry with her. I was going to ask more about herself, but she was stopped by Black and White Ball Fanime staff saying that your dress was 2in too short and she was not allowed to come in. I wish I left the building with her and got to know her better, but my lack of sleep/foresight prevented me from seeing this opportunity. Five minutes later, I realized my mistake, but she was long gone and I never saw her again.

My biggest regret for Fanime 2012 was not talking to this girl and I have been kicking myself ever since Sunday. If you know a girl like this, could you show/tell her about this post. I was wearing black shoes, black slacks, and a button short sleeve black shirt. I am 6ft 3in tall and half Asian/half white.

I know that it is a slim chance that I might find her on the internet, but it the only route that is open to me. If this post does get to you, could you PM me?

Thank you

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Hello everyone,

I am looking for an asian? girl was wearing a Loltia dress black/white? and a light colored shawl. On Sunday Night, around 9pm, she came up to me when I was walking through the park and ask where the black and white ball was located. I told her that she should follow me because I was going the same way. We had a small conversation about ballroom dancing, and I felt that I had chemistry with her. I was going to ask more about herself, but she was stopped by Black and White Ball Fanime staff saying that your dress was 2in too short and she was not allowed to come in. I wish I left the building with her and got to know her better, but my lack of sleep/foresight prevented me from seeing this opportunity. Five minutes later, I realized my mistake, but she was long gone and I never saw her again.

My biggest regret for Fanime 2012 was not talking to this girl and I have been kicking myself ever since Sunday. If you know a girl like this, could you show/tell her about this post. I was wearing black shoes, black slacks, and a button short sleeve black shirt. I am 6ft 3in tall and half Asian/half white.

I know that it is a slim chance that I might find her on the internet, but it the only route that is open to me. If this post does get to you, could you PM me?

I do apologize for using this thread, but she might have attend the Lolita Gathering.

Thank you  

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General Convention Discussion / Re: Missed Connections Fanime 2012
« on: May 29, 2012, 12:43:59 AM »
To the girl that asked me directions to the Black and White Ball that was wearing a Loltia dress on Sunday Night.

I wish I was able to talk to you longer. I though that we would be able to get to know each other at the dance, but you were stopped by Black and White Ball Fanime staff saying that your dress was 2in too short and you were not able to come in. I should have walked out of the ball and spent the evening with you, but I thought about it too late.

I was wearing black shoes, black slacks, and a button short sleeve black shirt. I am 6ft 3in tall and half Asian/half white.

I hope you see this message and would be willing to pm me. It would be great to chat with you again.    

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Sorry for all the people who waited for this panel. The Fanime Tec crew/Fanime Panels and workshops had problems opening and setting up the room since it was the Karaoke room the night before. The panel started 45 min late due to Fanime communication error.

For the 14 people who were able to attend this panel, I thank you. I will be doing this panel next year in its entirety. 

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Hello everyone, I was able to make it back from LA in time to attend this meet up. Looking forward to seeing everyone today.

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I will be giving out prizes (food & drinks) to audience members who correctly answers questions within my presentation about Synthetic, Vocaloid, and Miku Hatsune.

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Globalization of VocaloidMusic

Do you know why Hatsune Miku has become so popular? Is it because of Video Sharing Sites or Crowdsourcing, maybe Memes, or Crypton's Business Model, what about Japanese Copyright Laws? Come explore the world of Vocaloids and how the perfect storm has created a global sensation for synthetic music.


The topics that I will cover include:

The History of Yamada & Yamaha Motor and how they relate to the development of the vocaloid software.
The History of Crypton Future Media and its development of vocaloid software including Meiko, Kaito, Miku Hatsune, Rin and Len Kagamine, and Megurine Luka.
Other Vocaloid products that were produced in the United States, but never reached the success of Crypton Future Media’s products.
What makes Crypton Future Media Vocaloids software different from the other companies’ vocaloid software.

How has Japanese Copyright influence the popularity of Vocaloids.
Showing videos of Miku Hatsune song that increased her popularity.
Explaining the software MMD (Miku Miku Dance) and how this software helped increase vocaloid popularity.

Talking about Crypton Future Media business Module and how they are using crowdsourcing to increase vocaloid popularity.
Talking about Crypton Future Media Music Lable KaranT and their creation of Mikubook

Showing a clip of the vocaloid concert and the worlds reaction
Showing and explaining Toyota Miku Hatsune Marketing Campaign and the creation of Mikunopolis, the first Miku Hatsune Concert outside Japan.
Showing a clip Japanese Google Chrome Miku Hastune Marketing Campaign and talking about the similarities and differences of both ad campaigns.
Showing a clip of Miku Hatsune singing in different languages.

Talk about the release of Yamaha Vocaloid 3 and how South Korea has developed a new Vocaloid named SeeU with this new software.
Talk about current Miku Hatsune News

Conclusion
Then, Q&A
Any remaining time will be used to watch popular Vocaloid Videos

Feel Free to ask me any questions about this panel

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Live Programming and Events / Re: Special Auction?
« on: June 01, 2011, 08:25:07 PM »
@ Duckys

Keima+Elsie went for $3,000

Senjougahara went for $1,500

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