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Not since Donald Duck faced off against Daffy Duck in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? has there been such an epic piano battle as Japanese pianist Yoshiki squaring off against a holographic version of himself.
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Today I have a class creator showcase for you all. It is using Holograms that respond to user touch input. Main video (Filter Download + Showcase): http://youtu.be/q1B19JvX5TE . Today I go over how to adapt the holograms and make them touchscreen using a trick with invisible slimes.
Simply by punching the arrows you can cycle through different weapons/tools/armor/equipment to choose your loadout.
You are then able to choose where each 'slot' will go. So you can easily move your weapon to slot 3 or move your equipment to slot 4 etc.
Once the kit is picked pressing the button will read out the price, then upon pressing it again to confirm the purchase you will respawn with the exact kit.
3D HOLOGRAPHY interfaces are already todays reality. Already physicians are able to work on a patients 3D anatomy as holograms in mid air which is targeted at guiding minimally invasive cardiac procedures.
A K-Pop hologram concert hall opened in Seoul on Friday (January 17) to entertain fans of the popular South Korean musical genre.
The concert hall, called 'Klive', uses technology that enables 3D holographic images of South Korean singers to be projected onto a 270-degree media facade, as if they are really there.
The hologram concerts will be held eight times a day featuring life-sized K-Pop stars such as Psy, Big Bang and 2NE1.
Yoon Jong-lok, the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning said it is the first of its kind in the world and will continue to support the development of holograms to spread the Korean pop culture around the world and attract foreign tourists.
"Today we have built a platform that uses holographics to spread the Korean Wave to the whole world, vividly and widely for the first time," he told Reuters Television.
"Regardless of whether the imagination of South Korean people is big or small, I think we have made a cultural platform to spread the idea to the world," he said.
South Korea's girl band 2NE1 attended the ceremony, which band member Sandara Park said was a remarkable experience.
"It's amazing and even made me wonder whether it's real or a hologram," she said.
"Meeting those people who I meet in the company this way, it's just amazing. I had a lot of fun," she added.
The ministry said it is currently planning to open more concert halls in Japan, China, Southeast Asia as well as the United States where K-Pop is hugely popular.