Oct 17, 2011 11:20 PM GMT
Why do you have to make everything look so 2050!
Anduru saidHolograms are old news.
Fivealive saidI remember a bunch of North Americans kids were shown this very event and while they were highly amused by it..They did point out that this may turn into a trend....
Think about it...Lets say a 'Live' artist wants to hold three events simultaneously. One would be the actual event, the other two transmitted via holograms to a replica layout at two different parts of a continent.... Hologram technology has yet to be perfected completely..But it'll get there.
Stan904 saidlooks like it could be an image on a flat transparent screen....in which case it wouldn't be a "real" hologramit is @ bolded part
although it certainly looks like one
charlitos saidtry again when a hologram becomes your next popstar selling millions of copiescartoon popstars have been done before too
Anduru saidcharlitos saidtry again when a hologram becomes your next popstar selling millions of copiescartoon popstars have been done before too
ThePenIsMyTier saidWhat you guys are not realizing is the fact that this "singer" is not a person. It is a computer generated voice, persona, concert.... that people go to SEE LIVE....Somebody forgot to post this info in the OP.
It's not auto-tuned, it is completely computer generated.
Hatsune Miku (初音ミク?) is a singing synthesizer application with a female persona, developed by Crypton Future Media. It uses Yamaha Corporation's Vocaloid 2 synthesizing technology.
The Gorillaz are/is a person who collabs with real artists. This strange bitch is totally fake.
Stan904 said[girl in byakkoya]
MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI don't see the point in going to a concert and paying money to watch a computer generated visual. That is not live performance in my book. If it's a concert and the artist is not truly there then why should an audience? And why pay money for concert tickets when you can watch a DVD of a musical performance at home for probably a lot less money and with a lot more comfort?