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Mr. Pid's picture
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One day

this technology will replace your television. Actual "3D" moving image transmission, without the need for silly glasses.

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Yeay!

Thanks for posting this!! The idea in mind was actually a scenario where the current living original members would actually play live to a set previously performed with a hologram of Jerry ( and possibly Pig Pen etc. ) kinda like what DSO does. They could recreate a set from days of old with the current living members playing the set list live and the holograms performing from video/music archives. I know it's kinda far out but it would be a dream come true to a younger generation of Deadheads who never had the opportunity to see Jerry and other members. I appreciate any feedback. Much Luv!

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I'm told

that people went seriously insane over Virtual Tupac at Coachella. Apparently it was good enough to make at least the somewhat distant-from-the-stage folks wonder if, against all odds...

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Holographs of the boys playing would be cool

If a program could be made that has the memory of all the members of the band and could then project new versions of songs from a list fed into it, it might be really cool. It would be the ultimate jukebox.

But, that really doesn't sound like something that might come true. A lot of effort with not that many people willing to pay for it. It would be easier for the holographs to play
already completed shows but that does not make me excited enough to pay for it,

Who knows? As usual, I'm probably in the minority... If I had a McMansion I probably would have a Grateful Dead party in my finished basement once a month with my machine.

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Grateful Dead: The Hologram