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"Q. Will the Gorillaz appear as holograms on stage?
A. Technically speaking, no. Holograms are created by a special method of photography, which isn't
going to be used in creating the visuals for the Gorillaz tour. The technical definition of a hologram
can be found on wikipedia here:- en.wikipedia.org... . However, it might be argued that the word 'hologram' can be used to describe any convincing three dimensional-looking image, - gorillaz definitely will be appearing as holograms in this sense. "
The Eyeliner system is a whole new way of projecting video. All of the images used on a Musion system are 3-dimensional images, but projected as two-dimensional images (2D/3D) into a 3D stage set. The mind of the audience creates the 3D illusion. This means that production costs are minimal, needing only single camera lens for filming and single projector for the playback - hence the phrase, GOGGLE FREE 3D.
Originally posted by allMIGHTY
I hope they make this technology soon availaible for consumer electronics.
I imagine a video-game console with free air 3D graphics.
Originally posted by Conluceo
I had come across the famous Project Blue Beam and i thought that this would be relative to the NASA conspiracy.
The projector can be used for psychological operations and strategic perception management. It is also useful for optical deception and cloaking, providing a momentary distraction when engaging an unsophisticated adversary.
Capabilities of the projector include, precision projection of 3-D visual images into a selected area, PSYOP and strategic deception management, and it provides deception and cloaking against optical sensors.
Here's the gov't web site on it
Air University class members of all military services formed into research teams composed of AWC and ACSC students. Approximately forty AWC students, some two dozen AWC civilian and military faculty members, nearly 120 ACSC students, and over 20 ACSC faculty members were participants in the study. These Air University teams were the nucleus of the nationwide network of military experts, academicians, scientists, industry leaders and creative thinkers participating in the study.
The AU students participated in a series of lectures designed to broaden their intellectual base through discussions about creative thinking and problem solving; future world conditions and the accompanying geopolitical environment; the nature of future conflict; land power, naval power, air power, space power, and information power; and emerging science and technologies. Speakers such as futurists Alvin Toffler, Dr. Dennis Meadows, Dr. Peter Bishop, Dr. Edward Teller, and Dr. Martin van Creveld; creative expert Bob King; the creators of Hollywood movies such as Star Trek, RoboCop and Terminator; Kevin Kelly, the editor of WIRED magazine; and others, visited Maxwell AFB to provide their perspectives in these areas.
This major study spanned the 1995-96 academic year at Air University and was integrated into the existing curriculum. The study was conducted in three phases. The first, or idea generation, phase started in August and continued through January. During this phase, participants used multiple sources, including a homepage on the worldwide internet, to look for insights and innovative concepts in science, technology, organizational structure, doctrine, and strategy which will improve the effectiveness of the Air Force in the future. Nearly 1,400 ideas about future air, space, and information capabilities were submitted by almost 900 individuals representing nearly 500 firms.