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Tupac Hologram - Coachella Live 2012

Snoop Dogg and 2pac perform at Coachella 2012 with Dr. Dre, Eminem, 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Tony Yayo etc.. for more info Subscribe To Snoop Do...
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This is one of the best-known Hologram performances. Everyone at Coachella that year had no idea they were going do a Tupac Hologram performance, and it just blew everyone away. This truly kicked off the beginning of Hologram performances. 

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Taking It Back!: Hologram Concerts: Will This Be the Next Music Trend?

Taking It Back!: Hologram Concerts: Will This Be the Next Music Trend? | Hologram Performances | Scoop.it

"We've seen hologram performances from #MichaelJackson and #Tupac. Would you watch an entire #hologram concert? http://t.co/OtlNctVRIz"

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This is a great article about the possibilities of Hologram performances and the effect it might have on people. The reality of being able to see your favorite bands again, that maybe aren't around anymore (deceased), sounds like a great idea, at least at first. If you take a look at the already Hologram performances, it almost seems like a lip-synced concert. So, how many people would actually want to see one of these kind of concerts, nevertheless pay for one?

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Japan plans hologram World Cup in 2022

Japan plans hologram World Cup in 2022 | Hologram Performances | Scoop.it
"He shoots... buffering 47%... 64%... 98%... he scores!" (Comment a-t-on pu accorder la Coupe du Monde au Qatar alors que le Japon proposait UNE RETRANSMISSION HOLOGRAPHIQUE ?
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Hologram performances aren't just for Music performances, but also could be used for sports! Japan has an ambitious goal by live recording the action of the World Cup with 200 HD 3D cameras and it being projected onto the pitch of 400 other stadiums across 208 countries. This would change everything in the sports world! Being able to experience the World Cup in 2022 live here in the United States while it actually being played live in Japan would be awesome.

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Michael Jackson Hologram at Billboard Music Awards

Michael Jackson "performed" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, in holographic form, and just like when Tupac was resurrected for Coachella a few years ago, ...
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This is the most talked about Hologram performance at this time. There was a lot of controversy and talk after this performance. There was controversy about whether or not the Billboard Music Awards should of put on this performance. They almost decided to cancel it before it happened. However, in the end they decided to play it and created even more talk about if they should stop with these Hologram performances or if people actually enjoy them. 

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Hologram projecting smartphones may launch next year

Hologram projecting smartphones may launch next year | Hologram Performances | Scoop.it
Forget Retina displays or even 4K smartphone screens, next year's premium handsets could come with the ability to create high-resolution three-dimensional holographic projections. The breakthrough,...
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Holograms are making major achievements in this world and the possibilities of having handheld devices (cell phones) capable of projecting holograms is amazing. The effect this would have for games, texting, FaceTime, social media websites, etc. would change the way we use/look at our smartphones. 

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The Future of Holographic Technology

 

From Cave 2 to Hologram Tupac, 3D displays and holography are changing the way we experience our world.

 


Via Annie Theunissen
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So, where is Holograms or Holographic Technology heading? With constant technology improvements we could possible see tele-surgeons, gene therapy and special glasses to beam holograms back into blind peoples eyes and allow them to see, or even Holograms like Iron Man, where objects/information appears in front of us and we can actually move it around or impact it by touch. 

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