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Possibilities are endless, nothing impossible with holographic technology.

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posted on May, 23 2012 @ 02:31 AM
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With hologram technology used at concerts and used to trip people out in hollywood and private parties for millionaires, I am wondering when holographic movies are going to come out. Instead of going to a movie theater to watch John Carter, john carter comes to a park or stadium near you. We can experience beauty like never before and visit far off lands and experience a Jupiter sunset on one of its moons.

Or we could just scare the crap out of the Japanese and send Hologram Godzilla loose on tokyo. Or the marshmallow man from Ghost busters loose on new york city,.

We could experience Jurassic Park live and in the hologram past. Have a hologram t-rex scare the crap out kids at a birthday party.

One I think would be great is a hologram version of war. Once we get to the point of A.I. we could communicate with the holograms and play our part in Saving Private Ryan. It would be badass. A great way to train troops for the graphic and audible parts of wars.

For prisoners you could simulate some of the things that might be seen in hell. Like people eating each other whole.

we could reimulate important events. Like US gaining freedom
haha.

Possibility's would be endless. Entertainment could never reach a higher plateau.

So what do you all think you think we could be watching a hologram movie The Second gulf war in ten years It would be bad ass




posted on May, 23 2012 @ 02:36 AM
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Originally posted by ringlejames
With hologram technology used at concerts and used to trip people out in hollywood and private parties for millionaires, I am wondering when holographic movies are going to come out.



Those "holograms" at concerts arent what you think they are.

Basically, they arent holograms at all, but just very ordinary two-dimensional projections.
They only difference is that they're projected onto a sheet of glass so that you can see through the unlit parts to other things on the stage as well.
Peppers ghost effect



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 02:42 AM
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Ha. Yeah okey.

I have seen the pepper trick and elvis and a younger Celene deion on american idol was not done with peppers trick. Tupac definitely was not a pepper trick at Coachella.

Good try though.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:21 AM
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I have posted this vid before....look at this tech from years ago....imagine what's around now....




posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:23 AM
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Originally posted by ringlejames
Ha. Yeah okey.

I have seen the pepper trick and elvis and a younger Celene deion on american idol was not done with peppers trick. Tupac definitely was not a pepper trick at Coachella.

Good try though.



I'm afraid it was.

Tupac "hologram" merely pretty cool optical illusion

Only problem? This wasn’t a hologram at all. Rather, it was a clever optical illusion technique known as "Pepper’s Ghost," which dates back to a technique first described by an Italian scientist in the 16th century.

This combination of high-quality computer rendering and old-school optical trickery has impressed many experts.

edit on 23-5-2012 by N3k9Ni because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:25 AM
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Some of your ideas are colorful to say the least, but also telling of your maturity level.

The following one really got me...




For prisoners you could simulate some of the things that might be seen in hell. Like people eating each other whole.


And that would do what exactly? Casting violence on people who are not violent to condition them for it? Or delivering violent images to people that might actually enjoy it?




posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:43 AM
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I got it off of numerous painting depicting hell. I also believe that there is a part in Dantes inferno describing just that. What you think hell is just fire. NOT THAT IT IS REAL OR ANYTHING. I laugh at the fact that christians think hell is real. If they were openminded and smart they would see that we are in hell



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:44 AM
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The ultimate holographic display is Phased-array optics.

Phased Array Optics


When the technology is achieved, artifacts traditionally associated with holographic image production will disappear. There will be no visible reconstruction beam, false images, or unwanted orders of diffraction.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by ringlejames
reply to post by boncho
 


I got it off of numerous painting depicting hell. I also believe that there is a part in Dantes inferno describing just that. What you think hell is just fire. NOT THAT IT IS REAL OR ANYTHING. I laugh at the fact that christians think hell is real. If they were openminded and smart they would see that we are in hell


Hell is real. It's working at Walmart.

Besides the point though...



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 05:16 AM
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Hell is planet Earth right now!



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 10:19 AM
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They always say it is a 'hologram', which would mean that you can see it from all sides. I don't know if this one counts or if it is just another very clever 2D animation. They call it a hologram and there are people on all sides. Whatever the answer, it is miles better than the Tupac one [so, hate me
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www.youtube.com...



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 04:24 PM
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Originally posted by Hecate666
They always say it is a 'hologram', which would mean that you can see it from all sides. I don't know if this one counts or if it is just another very clever 2D animation. They call it a hologram and there are people on all sides. Whatever the answer, it is miles better than the Tupac one [so, hate me
].






If you look carefully at the video you will see that what looks life people from behind is just a reflection of the people in front


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posted on May, 23 2012 @ 08:03 PM
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The real thing does exist...this was years ago also...so has it advanced?




posted on May, 26 2012 @ 08:04 PM
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Sorry for such a late post but I just noticed this and read some of the posts. Here some problems with this technology... it's just like false flags. Get's people de-sensitized to certain stimuli (UFO, War, graphic violence, abuse etc.) so that they become even more apathetic. Consider it a passive aggresive type of subliminal weapon, even though it hits our physical senses first.

I remember going to the theater to watch a movie after not going for many MANY years. I had severe anxiety for the first twenty minutes or so and had to leave a few times. After a few more times (later) of going to the theater, I got used to the over stimulation with the visual and audio loud surround sound and it was no big deal. This is just more over stimulus. We may think the "new" technology is greater than sliced bread, but there will be even "better", just around the corner. It makes the old black and whites more appreciable, knowing they had to rely on good old acting instead of special effects.



posted on May, 30 2012 @ 08:11 AM
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Holographic technology would be awesome, much better than crappy 3D. Though I wonder if it will go one step further and be like the matrix. I believe Sony has a patent for ultrasound waves projected into the brain which create an artificial environment. Something like this would be neato! no plug in the . just power on your sony playstation and play movies, games, porn, etc all inside your . like a dream come true!



posted on May, 30 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Originally posted by ringlejames
Ha. Yeah okey.

I have seen the pepper trick and elvis and a younger Celene deion on american idol was not done with peppers trick. Tupac definitely was not a pepper trick at Coachella.

Good try though.


The Tupac image WAS a pepper's ghost. It was projected on an angled glass screen. Snoop Dogg could see the angled screen, but he was not seeing a holographic view of Tupac.

If Snoop could see the image of Tupac at all from his vantage point on that stage, then he was only seeing a side view of a 2-dimensional Tupac projected on the glass screen next to him.



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posted on May, 30 2012 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by timetothink
The real thing does exist...this was years ago also...so has it advanced?



I remember this -- but it wasn't a "true" hologram in the normal sense.

Wolf Blitzer could NOT see the hologram in the studio in front of him -- he was looking at, and talking to, empty space in the middle of the studio. The image of the reporter could only be seen on TV, or seen by Blitzer if he looked at the studio monitor.

Granted, the technology is impressive because the 35 fixed cameras sending back the image data need to be in perfect sync with the camera in Blitzer's studio so that when Blitzer's studio camera panned around, the proper image data from those 35 cameras was seen, so it looked as if the camera in Blitzer's studio was panning around the remote reporter. No matter where that camera panned, the TV audience would see the proper angle of that reporter inserted into the video on the TV (although ONLY in the video/on TV screens, NOT seen on the floor of the studio in front of Wolf Blitzer by wolf or anyone else in that studio)

So, no, this is not a true hologram that could be seen by other people "live and in person".




www.cbc.ca...:

The CNN anchors were not really speaking to three-dimensional projected images, but rather empty space, Kreuzer said. The images were simply added to what viewers saw on their screens at home, in much the same way computer-generated special effects are added to movies.

Kreuzer said the images were tomograms, which are images that are captured from all sides, reconstructed by computers, then displayed on screen.

Holograms, on the other hand, are projected into space.


gizmodo.com...:

An array of computers takes the crunched info feed from the subject's side in order to mesh it with the video from Wolf's side. • Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the images are actually "projected" onto the floor of the CNN studio so that Wolf can actually talk to the person, you know, in a face to face. So it's not quite Star Wars just yet. Only after computers merge the video feeds together do you get a coherent hologram + person scenario



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posted on May, 30 2012 @ 01:22 PM
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Tupac =/= Hologram



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 07:47 AM
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another way to fool ourselves, that we see something that isnt there. The age of illusions.

Why? If you want to see a man go outside, plenty of men there, If you want to see a waterfall, go see a real one. Its not always practical but doesnt seeing something fake spoil it for us?

For some people its a treat, say you were not able to go outside for some reason, tv would be a great release.

But it is making us lazy.

When we get hologram tv at home will we become more hooked.

Then what..every house will have its own holodeck, or interactive holograms like in total recall?

The tupac hologram was quite good. That video in the first post was interesting




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