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April 18, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 234

The annual Coachella Festival is in full-swing, sold-out again, and this time they doubled up the event, 2-weeks instead of one. If you think this is all about Woodstock West re-runs of hippies, drugs, and free-love, guess again. This year's music was very computerized, techno, and had some high tech features that would blow you away - they even brought back a Rapper from the dead - well almost - they brought back his hologram. Yah, that was cool. Okay so let's talk shall we?

In case you missed the news or the viral videos of this high-tech show, you might wish to go to YouTube and search "Tupac and Hologram" or go read the article online on the Wall Street Journal Website titled; "Rapper's De-Light: Tupac Hologram May Go on Tour," by Ethan Smith. Well, I'd say that title says it all and that we haven't seen the last of holographic projection on the music stage, in fact, this is only the beginning. Indeed, I've been predicting for years the holographic era of entertainment.

Did you know that IBM is spending $5 Billion on Holographic and Spectral Imaging Research as we speak, and that Google X-Labs, Apple, Microsoft, and countless other tech sector companies are also thinking about this future? Hollywood and the entertainment industry are hardly alone in these endeavors. Still, I'd like to reiterate a concept I had spoken about years back at our think tank - which is in line with the whole concept of holographic meetings and communication - a takeoff of the Star Wars hologram cell phone device that debuted in the Trilogy Series.

You see, recently there was an unfortunate scandal in Columbia as our nation's chief executive visited the Americas Summit meeting of 2012, no the commander in chief was not in danger, but it left many wondering about the reality of his safety during such diplomatic events. In case you missed the news of that ordeal, please read; "New Details in Secret Service Case - At Least 20 Women Involved, Chief of Agency Tells Congress; Questions Arise About Earlier Trips," by Evan Perez and Jose DeCordoba.

Now then, what if we simply eliminated the need for the President to be there in the first place, we'd save 100s of millions of dollars yearly in tax payer's money. Is that even possible? Absolutely it is. This is why I am calling for a solution - Holographic Virtual Reality Hologram Technology where the leader of our nation can send in his virtual holographic self in place of his human body. We merely send in the Secret Service to set up the equipment;

Mylar ScreenHigh Definition ProjectorHigh Speed Satellite Relay

The President remains at home, safe, and meets with the foreign leaders saying a ton of taxpayer's money and travel time so he can work on important things such as making good on all the promises he's made and fulfilling his duty to ensure that the government runs efficiently and not burdened media scandals of improprieties or wasteful partying. Please consider all this and think on it.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on Hologram Music Entertainment. Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank; http://www.worldthinktank.net

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