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Thread: The Hologram...amazing!!!!

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    The Hologram...amazing!!!!

    The Hologram

    Turn the Sound On...

    The days of, you have to see it to believe it, are gone..



    https://www.youtube.com/embed/vZRFcGrrsyc
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    WOW!!!! That was amazing.

    Thanks for posting it.
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    Amazing! Wonder if anyone got wet? LOL

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    Loved it! Thanks!

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    OH, I want to see one in person.
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    Amazing.....I would have expected to get wet.
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    That was awesome!!!

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    You know, I am watching NCIS right now as I read this post.....and this video scares me to pieces!!! How on earth will we able to tell one day the difference between truth and reality; the world, it is a-changing. Imagine this if you were at the scene of the Boston Marathon bombing. Or the World Trade Center event. Or a car coming at you in your lane of a high speed highway.


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    That was awesome.

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    Oh, wow, very realistic.
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    That is awesome! Did you noticed all the heads moving up to get a better look? Too cool!

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    Wow, darndest thing I've ever seen. I found myself ducking so I wouldn't get wet :-)

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    Ditter, it is so good to see you back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun View Post
    Amazing! Wonder if anyone got wet? LOL
    Probably would have been me, my pants would have definitely been a little moist! Cool thanks to you Ditter!
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    Wow, that is amazing, Ditter. Always enjoy the things you post.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    How is that done? Via some electronic device I presume...so amazing and mind boggling

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    So realistic!
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    Awesome for sure. Tks for sharing Ditter !!
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    I hate to be a wet blanket, but I don't believe this clip. I think it was a form of CGI, added into the video, just like in the movies. If this was really 3D, wouldn't they have shown a clip of this from a second viewpoint?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tate_elliott View Post
    I hate to be a wet blanket, but I don't believe this clip. I think it was a form of CGI, added into the video, just like in the movies. If this was really 3D, wouldn't they have shown a clip of this from a second viewpoint?

    Tate

    CGI ---- does that mean computer generated imagery? ( whatever that means!). I truly wish someone would explain or show how this was/is done, if it truly were done in that gym!! Is there some YouTube tute on this sort of thing?

    but, wait, it's on the internet, so it must be true---as said in that priceless commercial!

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    I agree with Tate - watch the crowd, especially those across the court. those farthest away show no reaction when the whale appears. And others are clapping way before it's over. I would also expect to see a lot of kids in the group in front ducking when it looked like the water was coming towards them, but instead most of them are looking off to the side, and paying no attention to the whale. Still, it's very very neat to watch!
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