posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 04:39 AM
I kind of get the whole creeped out thing some are posting about. I never was much of a fan of his, or any 'gangsta' rap, but did like the movies he
played in. It was done tastefully with respect to the man and his music by fellow artists and friends of his. Now if they all of a sudden come out
with "the lost recordings" on tour near you, that would cross the line of disrespect.
As for the tech, from what I understand this is a series of micro fine screens scattered in a certain array on the area of the stage that he appears
on. Notice Snoop can not interact on the same parts of the stage that Tu-Pac was on at any time that I could see. As for it being an actor, yeah kind
of, there is a person who does the moves with a sensor suit on and then is 'painted' over with a 3-d model of Tu_pac that was modeled using old
photographs, and artist interpretations. Whether or not that was done live at the time of the concert(backstage) or weeks in advance, who knows, and
wouldn't matter it's just digital data for the movements. So not a hologram in the truest sense, but a 3-D projection. Still pretty cool stuff. I
can't wait to see he Hendrix performance from Woodstock in this format
That 9/11 video someone posted a few pages back was pretty creepy. I keep trying to wrap my head around how an advancement of this tech could be
applied on a wide scale. (Please note I am just thinking out loud not speaking to the validity of the video) The only way it could be done is if
rather then screens they used micro fine particles that were both invisible to the naked eye, and reflective of light. these particles would have to
hang in the air long enough(Like chem trails
) for the images to pass over. Aww well just a theory of how it might be done.
17-4-2012 by JeffreyCH because: Grammar change