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Which dead singer or performer would you pay good money to see hologramed right and perform real good? so far I've only seen MJ (I would love to see the 80s MJ perform and pay good money if done right) and Tupac perform as holograms.
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how much do these hologram shows cost.
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Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.
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I would absolutely looooove to see a performance of AC/DC with Bon Scott teaming up with the modern band doing his old tunes duet style or The Doors surviving members team up with Jim and the rest we've lost over the years.
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I would absolutely looooove to see a performance of AC/DC with Bon Scott teaming up with the modern band doing his old tunes duet style or The Doors surviving members team up with Jim and the rest we've lost over the years.


Me too and I like AC/DC, I would also want to a real-life hologram of Elvis Presley perform too. It would be like giving him a chance to perform on modern stage.
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dime from pantera
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So scientists have apparently begun perfecting 'solid light'. It may only be a short time before you get the full dead hologram experience of Soupy Sales and Spinal Tap.
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Johnny Cash.
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If they are dead why am I paying for it?
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I'd pay to see Hatsune Miku, but she's not even alive, let alone dead.


Rujikin wrote:
why am I paying for it?


(Ruj, we KNOW that from your avatar, you don't have to keep saying that....) :
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Ejanss wrote:

I'd pay to see Hatsune Miku, but she's not even alive, let alone dead.


Rujikin wrote:
why am I paying for it?


(Ruj, we KNOW that from your avatar, you don't have to keep saying that....) :


Haha! You actually made a funny!
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gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?
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Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?


As much substance as a dead person meaning.

None.

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amejia0 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?


As much substance as a dead person meaning.

None.



and that's a problem why?
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Ryulightorb wrote:


amejia0 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?


As much substance as a dead person meaning.

None.



and that's a problem why?


I don't know why he thinks its ultimately worthless.

I was just explaining the substance equivalent that he was referring too.

The only reason I can think of him saying that the experience is ultimately worthless is because it's not the original artist giving the perfomance.

It's a copy and thus not worth it's salt.
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