Coming “to a town near you”.
It’s a strange sight to behold.
Is Dio turning in his grave?
I’m sure most of us saw the footage of the famous, or even if you could call it historic, footage of the holographic Tupac used at this year’s Coachella 2012 event. Well, this then sparked the idea that we could be seeing more of this kind of stuff appear, and even led to the idea
The Music Network have reported that organisers of It’s A Long Way to the Top, an ongoing throwback tour series that celebrates Australian musicians of yesteryear, is looking to pay homage to the late Billy Thorpe via hologram. Reportedly there’s been talk for the last few weeks of the possibility of employing the currently popular
3D may be the latest rehashed gimmick trying to bring mass audiences back to the cinema, but it’s the advancements in hologram technology that might prove to be the more enticing innovation in visual entertainment.
Rolling Stone have reported that the same visionaries behind the incredible Tupac hologram at this year’s Coachella Festival are now working on holographic projection of Rock & Roll’s biggest name, Elvis Presley.