The hype and excitement behind the Tupac hologram from the Coachella Festival has certainly died down, but Atlanta rapper T.I. sees a way in which he could continue to use the hologram technology.
"I do think there may be a market in the future to buy a show in your house for you to duplicate the same thing I do on stage," he said. "I'd do it across your living room floor as a hologram. I could be able to sell [it to you for] $250-$300. If I sell 1,000 or 100,000 or a million I would clearly be in the billion mark before I anticipated.
Tip took his idea a step further, imagining the 3D concept as a feature in cars. "If, instead of playing a CD or iPad in your car, you can actually put a hologram on your dashboard and watch me run across," he laughed before adjusting his position. "It may not work well for driving. It may have to be in the back seat." CBS Local
A while back, T.I. gave a positive reaction to the Tupac Hologram.
"I think it adds to the experience of a show, man. I think it's technology used to benefit the consumer when they come to a concert," T.I. said in an interview. "Basically, it was an 'Oh sh*t' moment. .... I'm really thinking, 'Wait a minute - if I could get this same technology to perform in three cities at one time, then that's another stream of revenue!' I could do six shows a night in six different places." Shade 45
Would you pay to see a T.I. hologram perform in your home?