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Dr. Dre brought TUPAC to Coachella

In Communication, Griot, Music, Networking, News, Technology, TV Shows on April 16, 2012 at 10:30 am

http://youtu.be/dT283Y9_quw
Watch it for yourself
then ask Coachella and INTEL:
What the hologram shell?!?

INTEL has been vowing that they have the magic stick
that could bring holographic scenes to life with one click.

Of course they didn’t do it alone
and this isn’t the first time technology has visually honed
someone into position to render entertaining bliss.
I remember Christmas 2011 when Mariah Carey did this.

She performed in 5 different places at once invoking Winter to feel hot.
Thus holographs aren’t really all that new but it was good to see TUPAC.

I watched it on YouTube and had to share it with you.
I feel like QUANTUM LEAP‘ing is close – what Dean Stockwell used to do
when Scott Bakula needed him to come through.

Dr. Dre didn’t just bring TUPAC back but he brought Nate Dogg too,
I’m Qui
A lover of Technology
who’s enjoying the holographic view.
Ooo!

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  1. Hologram shaping has the potential to make people question what it is that they see or thought they saw. While it’s all well and good for Mariah Carey and now Tupac at Coachella, how would you feel if they started showing up for ‘alibi’s sake’?

    You can’t be in two places at one time… well then again… maybe you can.

  2. I wonder if some people were outraged by this? Its a great accomplishment but not everyone will think so…

  3. Reblogged this on Gordon Sports Newsletter and commented:
    Hey! Hey! It’s a great day to lean TECHNOLOGYS way!

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