Sake lovers can now enjoy their drink with falling cherry blossoms thanks to the wonders of holographic technology.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang just thought of how to make his rally campaign more efficient – and high-tech – by incorporating the 3D hologram tech similar to the Tupac concert of 2012.
Yang, while speaking to TMZ Live, showed a clip where he demonstrated the hologram technology that he plans on using for his campaign rally across the country.
The occult gun, which is arguably FRISK_P’s best gadget to date, shoots out mystical glyphs that an alchemist might use in “Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood” or something a practitioner of the mystical arts would summon.
Hologram technology might sound like the stuff of science fiction, like Princess Leia in “Episode IV – A New Hope”, but technology is very quickly making that possible.
Verizon and Korean Telecom joined forces on Monday to demonstrate what the companies call the world’s first live hologram call over their 5G trial networks, according to the Korea Herald.
According to British independent tech reviewer MrWhosetheBoss, it only takes seven simple steps to transform a smartphone into a holographic device. You only need an X-Acto knife, a ruler, an old CD case (which is essentially useless anyway), some tape, and pen and paper.
Here are the seven simple steps to building your own 3D hologram: