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Master of illusion gives Ghost The Musical an extra dimension

Master of illusion gives Ghost The Musical an extra dimension | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
Ghost The Musical, which had its world premiere in Manchester, has got audiences blubbing and gasping in equal measure. And the man responsible for those gasps is illusionist Paul Kieve. Paul Taylor reports...
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Holograms are not only being used in concerts,the West End and Broadway are already using holograms in their productions. Ghost, The Musical, used an hologram to demonstrate the ghost of Sam coming out of his dead body. And one thing I can say for sure: I actually saw this production in London and it looked amazingly real, unlike anything I have ever seen.  

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Michael Jackson Returns To The Stage In Vegas--As A Hologram

Michael Jackson Returns To The Stage In Vegas--As A Hologram | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
It only seems fitting that Michael Jackson, the man who brought the world “Thriller,” was resurrected on a Las Vegas stage late Thursday night—in the form of a hologram.
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Michael Jackson's hologram was used in Cirque du Soleil ealier this year. The fans were delighted and said that for a moment they thought that Michael wasn't dead. The ideia was so successful, that there might be a Michael Jackson tour soon using only his hologram.

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Coachella's 'astonishing' Tupac Shakur hologram: How they did it

Coachella's 'astonishing' Tupac Shakur hologram: How they did it | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
A jaw-dropping virtual performance by the late rapper stuns California festival-goers — and could lead to a wave of concerts from digitally reanimated stars
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Last year, the dead raper Tupac made an holographic appearance at the Coachella Music Festival. The fans were shocked by the quality of the effects, saying that it seemed very real. 

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10 Hologram Tours We'd Love to See | Photo 2 of 10 | EW.com

10 Hologram Tours We'd Love to See | Photo 2 of 10 | EW.com | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
The British Zombie Invasion Tour Why we'd pay to see this: For those who never got the chance to see the Fab Four together in…
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There are already lists of the "most wanted" hologram tours. That can only mean one thing: the hologram concerts only tend to become bigger in the next few years. 

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Holition supplies holographic projection for Renato Russo tribute concert in Brazil VIDEO | AV Interactive | Pro AV news, analysis and comment from Europe’s leading Audio Visual title | AV Magazine

Holition supplies holographic projection for Renato Russo tribute concert in Brazil VIDEO | AV Interactive | Pro AV news, analysis and comment from Europe’s leading Audio Visual title | AV Magazine | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
Holition, and US-based V Squared Labs, have collaborated with the family of Brazilian singer, Renato Russo to create a hologram of the musician 'playing' alongside the Orchestra of the Teatro Nacional de Brasília.
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Hologram Concerts are happening all over the world. Renato Russo was a legend in brazilian's music, but died in the early 90s. Gladly, because of holograms, people were able to watch his concert after 20 years of his death. 

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Hologram Concerts: The Future of Live Music? | MusicUnderFire

Hologram Concerts: The Future of Live Music? | MusicUnderFire | Hologram Concerts | Scoop.it
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This article demonstrates that hologram concerts are already a reality in Japan and that people actually do pay to watch those types of concerts, meaning it is a growing market. The problem is nothing can beat a live performance with real voices, real emotions and real people. Once this becomes a reality in America (it is already happening) actual bands would probably lose space. The good new is it would be incredible to be able to watch legendary bands once again perfoming right in front of you as it was real. Soon, we will be able to watch Elvis, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and many other iconic artists as if they were in their glory days. 

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