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  • live music?

  • Nope.

  • This band is an interactive hologram.

  • Please let me introduce to you my guitarist today This'll iss Central London.

  • The band, however, is playing live from an entirely different location.

  • A small studio in East London.

  • So I'm wondering if he's a hologram or his hair.

  • Mm.

  • Riel, blood and flesh.

  • I'm just gonna check.

  • Yeah, it feels really enough.

  • This means lead singer Dan Olson can perform in front, off on interact with his crowd in a safe, socially distanced manner.

  • He's playing with me.

  • We're in the same room, but we are the hologram on stage.

  • But on my left side we have the pianist playing in real life.

  • So when you see all of us on stage, it looks like all three of them are on stage playing at the same time.

  • But two of us are holograms, so you can mix it up like that and make it very interesting.

  • Theo Technology, created by a company called Muse in three D, is called fan share.

  • It allows a performer to be anywhere in the world ideal in a time of rapidly changing social restrictions.

  • As director Ian O Connell explains, You don't need glasses.

  • You don't need a headset.

  • You're sitting here is if you're watching a regular stage show, um on other than when the occasional clinch on the video makes, it reminds everybody that what we're watching is a video rather than a real person.

  • Um, I think we got a pretty compelling image, I think is a great solution.

  • The timing couldn't be better to do this now, because people are looking like How can we play to an audience?

  • Because we can't.

  • We can't get musicians to travel and do tours on all of a sudden.

  • With this, you can do it anywhere in the world, and you could be anywhere in the world.

  • The technology is a modern twist on a Victorian technique known as Pepper's Ghost, involving a huge sheet of glass.

  • It was used in theaters as far back as the 18 sixties.

  • To create illusions, the image that hits the projection screen is actually a two D image.

  • But because it's being filmed against black with a lot of back light and sidelight, the image appears volumetric in the long run.

  • Um, Yuzhin wants to do with live music what Netflix did for television, creating a system for getting gigs to people's mobile phones.

  • I think we now need to be pragmatic.

  • What is an audience is an audience, somebody that has toe have physical presence in an age where today's younger generation are more comfortable creating community without the need for physical proximity.

  • I say that because they do spend a lot of their time on social media on on the mobile phone, he said.

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The New Normal: Are holograms the solution to lockdown gigs

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/03
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