Holography Coming of Age: Touchable Holograms and Holographic Pop Stars (Video)

Along with making holograms that respond to touch, there’s also a new line of synthetic pop stars:

James Curcio

I was raped by a family of polar bears as a child and now have a deep seated terror of peanut butter. Psychological transference is weird. Author, artist, freak. http://www.jamescurcio.com

19 Comments on "Holography Coming of Age: Touchable Holograms and Holographic Pop Stars (Video)"

  1. Vastarien202 | Mar 29, 2011 at 9:01 pm |

    I love Hatsune Mikku!
    Let’s just hope her american version isn’t all slutty and stupid when she comes out (too much to ask, I know).

  2. Vastarien202 | Mar 29, 2011 at 5:01 pm |

    I love Hatsune Mikku!
    Let’s just hope her american version isn’t all slutty and stupid when she comes out (too much to ask, I know).

  3. I’ve never know how to feel about holograms; they always seemed to me to be something that is both neat, and a useless asthetic. I guess they’d be useful for futuristic voice-active interfaces… but they will be silly and clunky unless AI is ever created (which honestly I think we’re still grasping at straws with that technology…)

  4. I’ve never know how to feel about holograms; they always seemed to me to be something that is both neat, and a useless asthetic. I guess they’d be useful for futuristic voice-active interfaces… but they will be silly and clunky unless AI is ever created (which honestly I think we’re still grasping at straws with that technology…)

  5. I’ve never know how to feel about holograms; they always seemed to me to be something that is both neat, and a useless asthetic. I guess they’d be useful for futuristic voice-active interfaces… but they will be silly and clunky unless AI is ever created (which honestly I think we’re still grasping at straws with that technology…)

  6. Pop stars, now without the human.

  7. Pop stars, now without the human.

  8. Hello, Idoru.

  9. Hello, Idoru.

  10. Simiantongue | Mar 30, 2011 at 1:01 am |

    I don’t see myself going to a concert like this, ever.

  11. Simiantongue | Mar 29, 2011 at 9:01 pm |

    I don’t see myself going to a concert like this, ever.

    • Well clearly you aren’t a depressed Japanese (or possibly American) boy raised on anime more than their parents, seeing the cartoons as closer reality than flesh beings.

  12. …. creepy

  13. …. creepy

  14. Well clearly you aren’t a depressed Japanese (or possibly American) boy raised on anime more than their parents, seeing the cartoons as closer reality than flesh beings.

  15. Tuna Ghost | Mar 30, 2011 at 2:49 pm |

    Sorta makes you re-think the whole “manufactured bands” idea, don’t it

  16. Anonymous | Mar 30, 2011 at 10:51 pm |

    As opposed to…?

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