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The hologram concert revolution is here whether you like it or not

The hologram concert revolution is here whether you like it or not | live shows | Scoop.it
Base Hologram has made its mission clear: create premium holographic shows. But will the ethical questions surrounding holograms keep it from success?

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This article was very interesting and I learned a lot of new things about what goes into a hologram on stage. Holograms have been around for years and are advancing to CGI holograms and will only continue growing. 

this article was cited and written by KC Ifeanyi 

This is very resourceful for audio professionals because it shows what the future is coming to and even spark the idea to collaborate with an artist that is not alive anymore and perform a live show using a hologram. 
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Al Cannistra's curator insight, June 20, 2:02 PM

would you pay to go to a hologram concert?

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The hologram concert revolution is here whether you like it or not

The hologram concert revolution is here whether you like it or not | live shows | Scoop.it
Base Hologram has made its mission clear: create premium holographic shows. But will the ethical questions surrounding holograms keep it from success?

Via Al Cannistra
Sebastian Morales's insight:
This article was very interesting and I learned a lot of new things about what goes into a hologram on stage. Holograms have been around for years and are advancing to CGI holograms and will only continue growing. 

this article was cited and written by KC Ifeanyi 

This is very resourceful for audio professionals because it shows what the future is coming to and even spark the idea to collaborate with an artist that is not alive anymore and perform a live show using a hologram. 
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Al Cannistra's curator insight, June 20, 2:02 PM

would you pay to go to a hologram concert?

.

.

alexis narcisi's curator insight, June 29, 8:33 AM

https://youtu.be/Mj9_svuxHOw

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Wearable Tech to Enhance Your Next Music Festival

Wearable Tech to Enhance Your Next Music Festival | live shows | Scoop.it
*In our parents' day, the only piece of "wearable technology" widely available was a snazzy digital watch that lit up when they pushed a button. These days,

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I think having wearable technology when attending a live show comes in handy not only for convenience, but also for health reasons. It is convenient because a wearable watch can store your debit and credit cards so you don't have to cary them with you and risk loosing them. Wearable watches can even keep track of your steps, heart rate, and temperature so you know exactly when it's time to give your body a break to rest and hydrate during a show. 

This article was cited and written by Daniel T and was posted to a reliable website that contains their contact information through social media. 

This is useful information for audio professionals because it gives them an idea of what to recommend when promoting a show and avoid as much inconvenience for attendees. 
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Jason Theilman's curator insight, July 18, 2015 10:13 PM

Different kinds of "weartech"

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How social media is becoming as important a live event as the live event itself | Gigaom

How social media is becoming as important a live event as the live event itself | Gigaom | live shows | Scoop.it
In our age of the dual television and smartphone screen, watching Twitter during live events has become intertwined with the actual watching of the broadcast

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The content in this article is very true. I recently attended a music festival in Los Angeles and experienced just as the article stated. The two-day festival was an amazing experience, but right before the last guest was about to perform, as it was kept a secret through the promotion of the festival, everyone in the crowd expected a specific artist and when a different artist appeared to perform, the crowd was upset and caused the artist to end his set early. After the festival, there were about 90% of social media posts about the incident rather than how fun and exciting the weekend really was for the festival attendees. 

This article is cited and written by Eliza Kern and has many inks backing up the content. 

This article is an informational recourse for auto industry professionals because they get an insight of the internet side of any event. Anyone can write their opinion for everyone to see and change the reputation of the live show completely, so it is important for professionals to encorporate social media in their work. 
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Beth Langley's curator insight, October 7, 2015 10:10 PM

I think this article made a point that not many people have considered yet. When watching a big event on TV, what you see on social media is becoming just as important. I think this is because we want to be 'in the know,' we want to see what our friends think about it, or we just want someone to argue with because their views don't match ours. This article used numerous statistics that backed up the point they were trying to make which made me rely on the article more. It's hard to ignore the fact that the number of posts during the super bowl or Grammys are rising at an unbelievable rate year by year.

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BREAKING: EDC Orlando Stage Evacuated Due to Fire

BREAKING: EDC Orlando Stage Evacuated Due to Fire | live shows | Scoop.it
EDC Orlando's kineticFIELD stage has been evacuated due to a fire.

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How Social Media Is Changing Live Music - The Social Media Monthly

How Social Media Is Changing Live Music - The Social Media Monthly | live shows | Scoop.it

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Beth Langley's curator insight, October 7, 2015 9:47 PM

The title of this article is quite misleading. Overall, it is promoting a social media site called RABBL. I'm not sure how I feel about this from a fan's point of view. I wouldn't want to try and vote on a concert and have to give out my credit card information, not knowing if I will eventually get charged or not. Though, from the perspective of venue owners and bands, it is a very good thing because it eliminates any risks. I personally wouldn't use it unless I could vote with or without my credit card. If I were a band, I would definitely look into this website because it is very straight forward and can give you clear results.