Gizmodo: Oh Pac, you've duped us once again. It turns out that disquieting hologram burning its way across Coachella and the entire internet wasn't an actual hologram at all: just a reflection using a 19th century magician's tricks.
The real truth is that it wasn't a reflection either. Tupac lives.
I hope you guys are kidding and don't believe what you are actually saying. It wasn't his voice either... Also the persoon they had to motion capture the "hologramed" pac did a bad imitation of him.
No, he's not joking, Tupac has been alive all this time as the conspiracy theorists suggest and has chosen to do this one time performance and demonstrate his new ability to burst into a ball of light...:P
Dont forget he has his ability to be 2 dimensional... u know when the camera turns u can see hes totally flat.
and dont forget his feet can go through the floor
lmao I said the same thing. Honestly nobody has the money to produces full 3d real life hologram for entertainment, if that were the case last year at CES mock prototypes would have been leaked in my opinion.
I dont see how holograms would even be possible right now. Of course this wasnt actually a hologram like you see in Star Wars... It was a trick that looked cool as hell. It worked so thats all that matters.
Dr dre funded it
google project bluebeam, the nwo is ready for it
read about that a while ago, interesting stuff they can pretty much stage a realistic alien invasion if they wanted too.
its ready dude any day the fake invasion will happen, but we already know the truth
Bluebeam, scalar weaponry, and chemtrails....oh my!
Epic thats some of the best graphics Iv'e ever seen. Kudos to the team who put the time and effort into it!
It's a simple yet effective little trick. The Haunted Mansion attraction in Disney parks uses it to great effect, and the original opened in 1969!
Who even said it was a hologram? We don't have that kind of technology yet.
A lot of ppl including news shows reporting on it claiming it was a hologram.
Well that's pretty pathetic, that kind of technology doesn't exist yet.
it does exist. CNN created a hologram during the 2008 presidental exlection. It was real-time. It exists just not for all mainstream purposes yet.
Are you kidding me? That was NOT a hologram! That was TV trickery and nothing more. The presenter could not see anything in the studio, only on a monitor. It was a green or blue screen efect coordinated with the camera, that's it. Don't be fooled so easily next time okay? http://www.youtube.com/watc... Once again CNN make a big deal out of nothing, lol.
isn't Miku an hologram? http://youtu.be/DTXO7KGHtjI... And what about that hologram of Nessie that Sony made a while back? http://www.youtube.com/watc...
I'm one of the bigest tupac fans around and seriously this whole thing is stupid and irritating. I could care less if its a hologram or mirrors or a f'ing paper mashe cutout. Have some respect and leave pac alone, its sad to see these greedy people still trying to make a buck and gain attention off one of raps greatest talents.
Quit being such a douche. The only reason they did this is because EVERYBODY still loves/listens to his music! If his music was irrelevant and nobody cared and they did this to sell some merchandise then yes I'd agree with you. But that's not the case.
Well, was'nt there a rumor of the iPhone 5 having hologramic technology, like, projecting images above the phone screen? I never followed it up, so don't know the details.
lmao, that would imply apple being the first person to debut new tech. now once its done by someone else, then apple will do it ;)
this is good I was trying to figure it out all along. now I feel at ease.
Tupac is a great stand up comedian.
Awesome none the less
They got a time machine and brought him to the concert.
Cool none the less but still feels like a suped of version of a video game.
Where do ethics play a role in this kind of thing? Who owns the rights to the dead,,, the family, the record label, society?
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