Whether you love sci-fi movies or just have an active imagination, you’ve probably fantasized about having the ability to clone someone, dead or alive, and beam them right to your living room. Well, it seems modern technology is crawling ever so slowly to making this possible, kind of. Hologram technology is becoming a favorite alternative. Rapper Snoop Dogg (or Snoop Lion? I cant keep up) used hologram technology to “bring back” Tupac at the Coachella. Even more recently a Japanese rock star Yoshiki used the technology during a performance at SXSW. The pianist played a duo with a very realistic hologram of…..himself.  Not only was the technology itself fascinating, but the performance left the audience in amazement according to our sources at GizMag.

yoshiki hologram piano duo
yoshiki hologram piano duo
 Rapper Snoop Dogg  used hologram technology to "bring back" Tupac at the Coachella.
Rapper Snoop Dogg used hologram technology to “bring back” Tupac at the Coachella.

How Holograms Work

Recreating the Object Beam

How to Make a Hologram

 

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