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Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#51  Сообщение TMJ » 26 май 2014, 08:44

+10005000 согласна с предыдущим автором!
нафих всякие голограмы и проч, пусть делают все что есть с настоящим МД в 3 4 5 и 10 Д
Вот это я буду хотеть смотреть много и всегда
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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#52  Сообщение TMJ » 26 май 2014, 08:50

Вот наткнулась на еще обсуждения голограммы
есть что интересное?

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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#53  Сообщение Admin » 26 май 2014, 15:15

Ничего интересного.
Кроме темненькой женщины, что слева, никому голограмма не нравится. Мужик ( урод icon_chopping ) решил, что будет очень остроумно заявить, что с голограммой Майкла он своим детям уж точно спать бы разрешил, а ведущая сумничала, что, оказывается, из - за того, что на Биллборде не объявили, что это голограмма Майкла Джексона, а просто сказали - Дамы и Господа, Майкл Джексон! - дети напугались и стали кричать - мама, я думал(а) он умер, а он, оказывается, жив. Устами младенца, как говорится icon_lotsoflaugh
А вообще обычный стеб и весьма поганенький, досматривать до конца не стала icon_shooting
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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#54  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 30 май 2014, 04:12

MINISTRY OF INNOVATION / BUSINESS OF TECHNOLOGY Minutes-long Michael Jackson hologram show cost “multiple millions”



Eyes popped at the staggering $500,000 cost to produce Michael Jackson's nearly 14-minute-long "Thriller" video in 1983. Fast forward to today, and a nearly 4-minute-long hologram performance at the recent Billboard Music Awards by a now-deceased Jackson cost "multiple millions" to make, according to Frank Patterson, the chairman of Pulse, the company that produced the show. Patterson said in a phone interview that he was still ringing up the cash register and had not yet finalized the tab.

The Jackson estate, he said, had asked Pulse to do the job. Six months later, and after countless hours of coding and "reviewing thousands of videos of Michael's work," the King of Pop was brought back to life.
Simulating Jackson's moonwalking was nothing compared to making the hair look right. "Getting the hair to act and look like Michael's hair was a feat," Patterson said. Using custom coding and animation programs like Maya and Nuke, Patterson said that Pulse remade Jackson countless times.

"We had what we thought was perfect motion and animation, but it didn't feel like Michael Jackson," he said. So the company tried "instilling humanity into the visual object," he said. Along the way, "It started giving us chills." Even so, the May 18 show in Las Vegas almost didn't happen because the owners of technology famously employed to digitally produce deceased rapper Tupac Shakur tried to block the resurrection of Jackson.

Days before the Billboard Music Awards, a Las Vegas federal judge put the brakes on an emergency injunction demand from patent holders Hologram USA and Musion Das Hologram. The patent holders claimed that Jackson's 3-D dancing and singing image would infringe two of their patents, one being the "Pepper's Ghost Illusion" that paved the way for Tupac to appear at the Coachella music festival in 2012.

US District Judge Kent Dawson, however, ruled that Hologram USA and Musion could not immediately prove that their technology would be breached when the deceased Jackson belts his posthumously produced new tune "Slave to the Rhythm."

That the show went on brings with it new worries for celebrities. To be sure, where to dine and vacation are among the stars' usual concerns. But Pulse chairman John Textor said that the time has come for celebrities to increase the vanity volume to 11 and begin mulling over their "synthetic" or "digital" image, as he described it. "We think living celebrities should be concerned now about controlling their digital likeness," Textor said in a telephone call.

He's not even sure of the words to use to describe a hologram of a human. "Digital humans, synthetic humans?" he said. "We're struggling on what to call this."

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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#55  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 31 май 2014, 04:48

MJ fans go on a hologram high

Michael Jackson may have died five years ago, but that didn’t stop some very creative people from digitizing his image and moves to come up with a “performance” via hologram at the recent Billboard Music Awards.

The sight and sound of a “living” Michael Jackson in full, energetic performance had a powerful effect on his fans, but some of them found it more than just a bit “creepy”—and, too much to take.

Others, of course, were grateful for the chance to once again viscerally “experience” their idol, albeit only in holographic shape and form. The entire showstopping routine was so arresting that it’s prompted a new debate on the pros and cons of using holograms for entertainment purposes.

Truth to tell, it’s nothing new as far as sci-fi and fantasy buffs are concerned. The “Star Wars” screen saga featured the use of holograms to bring Jedi together from different parts of the universe, and a really early form had the deceased Nat “King” Cole brought back to “life” to do a duet with his daughter, Natalie.

How is the fusion of reality and digitized images effected? Many cameras record the movements to be digitized, and translate them into 3D “information,” which is then projected via blue-screen process to the performing area, where it’s very carefully integrated with the live action of dancers and other performers—so that, from the audience’s frontal point of view, everything comes together as one show-stopping “live” performance!

State of the art

The state of the art has become so advanced that the old, giveaway seams and glitches have been finessed out, so everything looks amazingly real. In time, it’s predicted that the technique can be used, not just for fantasy or fanciful entertainment purposes, but even in the business world, to conduct multilocation conferences and presentations.

More personally, the time could come when private communications will be greatly enhanced with the use of holograms to bring loved ones realistically together, even if they’re actually in different parts of the world.
On the debit side, aside from the “creepily necrological” factor, the technique could encourage unrealistic expectations, and even excessively artificialize relationships. Still, the world of entertainment will surely use it more often for all sorts of “iconic” effects, so “MJ” could be only the first show biz great to “live” again—on completely convincing holographic performance.

For our part, we would love to see a hologram version of an old musical number by the one and only screen moppet supreme, Shirley Temple. Elvis gyrating his pelvis again would be another showstopper, and a 3D dance number by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers would send their fans pirouetting over the moon!

And, what about great moments of history brought dramatically and movingly back to life? Or, the creation of “new” performances by stars who are no longer with us? The possibilities are exciting—and cautionary, at the same time. What do you think?

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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#56  Сообщение Admin » 09 июн 2014, 15:42

EXCLUSIVE: Michael Jackson hologram could bring 'new' moonwalk to life ЭКСКЛЮЗИВ: Голограмма Майкла Джексона может дать жизнь " новой " лунной походке


His estate reckons a Jacko tour with revamped dance routines and new tracks from his latest posthumous album Xscape could earn a fortune.

It is hoping to capitalise later this year at venues across Europe and the US.

Fans were blown away last month when a digital image of the singer took to the stage at the annual Billboard Awards in America where his hologram belted out Slave To The Rhythm.

The astonishingly lifelike display followed the “virtual resurrection” of dead rapper Tupac Shakur who “performed” with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre two years ago at California’s Coachella Festival.

Representatives of other dead stars including Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and Frank Sinatra have said they want to develop full-blown concert tours featuring similar computer-generated images.

A media analyst said: “The latest technology uses techniques that enable previously filmed images of the stars to be manipulated to make almost any movement imaginable.

“There aren’t many minutes of genuine moonwalk footage, so creating new moves will involve a top choreographer as well as a state-of-the-art tech team to make them appear real.”

The new range of steps and moves has been devised by California computer effects company Digital Domain and Kenny Ortega, his This Is It tour choreographer.

A source close to Ortega, 64, said: “It’s a big dream of his to, in effect, work with Michael again using this amazing new technology.

“He ranks Michael as possibly the best dancer he has known and reckons it would be a terrific challenge to revamp his moonwalk.”

The technology made its debut more than four years ago at the 50th birthday party of X Factor boss Simon Cowell who commissioned Digital Domain boss Ed Ulbrich to bring Frank Sinatra back to life.

The resulting hologram of Ol’ Blue Eyes performing Pennies From Heaven was such a hit with guests that Ulbrich decided to refine the software to raise other stars from the dead.

Plans to use it as the basis of a “virtual tour” by Jacko have, however, divided the family.

His sister Janet, 48, was so offended by her dead brother’s Billboard “appearance” that she pulled out of presenting an award at the event at the last minute.

His father Joe, 85, and elder brother Jackie, 63, were in the audience and later praised Michael’s “ghostly” appearance.

A source close to the family said: “Michael’s mom Katherine and his three children are still on the fence.

“But several other relatives are as angry as Janet and Michael’s image might eventually be moonwalking into one enormous bust-up between those who were closest to him.”

This month marks the fifth anniversary of the singer’s death at the age of 50 from a drugs overdose.

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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#57  Сообщение Moonwal*king* » 09 июн 2014, 17:04

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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#58  Сообщение Trueamore » 03 июл 2014, 23:20

Michael Jackson isn’t ‘gone too soon’

Truth be told, when producers raised the curtain on Michael Jackson’s much-hyped performance in hologram form at last month’s Billboard Music Awards, far from being thrilled, I was just creeped out.

But it occurred to me that, if they could make it appear like Michael had risen from the dead to perform live on stage, they could probably make it sound like he had risen from the dead to record new songs in studio, too. This would surely put a new spin on the dubious practice of selling “previously recorded but unreleased songs” after a singer’s death. After all, the reason most songs remain unreleased is that the singer thinks they suck.

Now, though, not only can technology make Michael’s voice sound better than it ever did, but the executors of his estate can hire writers to pen songs that do that digitally enhanced voice justice.

Computer fraud

The problem is that the executors of any singer’s estate can market any computer-generated song as previously recorded but unreleased. Especially given that it would be in the financial and legal interest of all involved in perpetrating this computer fraud to play along.

But just imagine the windfall for Michael’s estate that would come from releasing “Thriller”-like albums in perpetuity MJ concert tours, in hologram form, earn more in gross receipts than concert tours by the likes of Bon Jovi, Rihanna, and Bruce Springsteen – all in living form.

The rapturous reaction most people had to his holographic performance at the Billboard Music Awards certainly bodes well in this respect. Not to mention that his Cirque Du Soleil “Immortal World Tour,” which was second only to Bon Jovi’s last year with earnings of $157 million, is already proving a perennial money printing machine.

Since the singer died of drug intoxication in 2009 – when he was said to be $500 million in debt – his estate has ballooned to an estimated $1.5 billion, a portion of that from the 50 million albums that have sold post-posthumously. The pathologically spendthrift Michael, in life form, is no longer around to spend it all.

MJ a ‘spendthrift’

None of this would’ve been (or would be) possible if Michael were still alive. On the contrary, if he were still alive, chances are very good that he’d be not only a washed-up walking freak show, but a dead-broke deadbeat to boot. ‘Gone too soon’? I don’t think so.

But try telling this to any of his die-hard fans who commemorated the fifth anniversary of his death on June 25.

Meanwhile, it can only be a matter of time before executors of the estates of other dead singers begin producing performances in hologram form, and releasing new, computer-generated songs marketed as previously recorded but unreleased. (The executors of Tupac Shakur’s estate had him perform, in hologram form, long before Michael did.)

Is Whitney next?

More to the point, the beneficiaries of Whitney Houston’s estate must be praying – not so much that she may rest in peace, but that she may turn out to be as much of a cash cow in death as Michael is turning out to be.

And given the way drugs ravaged her looks and voice over the last 10 years of her life, the executors of her estate will probably seize the opportunity to sanitize her legacy with performances, in hologram form, of Whitney in her early days – before crack made her look and sound so whack.

Anthony L. Hall is a Bahamian native with an international law practice in Washington, D.C. Read his columns and daily weblog at http://www.theipinionsjournal.com.



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Re: Голограмма Майкла Джексона на Billboard Music Awards

#59  Сообщение MagicalLove » 21 сен 2014, 11:23

Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Interview on MJ Hologram / Судья отклонил иск по поводу голограммы



by Eriq Gardner

The fighting over who owns rights to resurrect deceased artists like Michael Jacksonand Marilyn Monroe through holographic-like projection technology is far from over, but billionaire Alki David scored a legal success on Wednesday when he convinced a California federal judge to reject a false advertising claim that pertained to what the FIlmOn founder said during a CNN interview.

David has bought Hologram USA and staked himself to the future of the technology, and around the time that the Billboard Music Awards featured a re-creation of Michael Jackson, he went on both a legal and publicity campaign. In court, David attacked those who had created the spectacle for allegedly infringing his patents rights. And through the media, he hyped the various applications for the projection technology. A day after the May 18 Billboard Music Awards, David gave an interview with CNN that aired with the caption, “Michael Jackson Hologram: How’d They Do It?”

Pulse Entertainment then brought a $10 million lawsuit against him. According to the complaint, David “falsely claimed credit for creating and developing the visual effects spectacle in a nationally-televised interview on CNN.”

U.S. District Judge Stephen Wilson notes that the allegation of misrepresentation is grounded in fraud and means that Pulse has the burden of specifying the statements it claims were false.

During the interview, David made various colorful statements including:


“What you saw at the Billboard, you saw a digital head connected to an actor. We capture the body and the head in real time. And we have the sync marks and we can attach the two together”
“What you saw at the Billboard was ‘Super Michael.’ You saw Michael beyond the controversy, beyond the problems that he faced in his real life.”
“There is no end to how you can apply this. All we really need to do is apply our imagination”

But David didn’t directly say, “I created the Michael Jackson hologram.”

The closest that happened is when his CNN interviewer asserted the “MJ likeness used at the Billboard Music Awards was created by Hologram USA.”

Judge Wilson sees a difference.

“Most of the obviously false and deceptive statements were made by CNN (or its interviewer) rather than by Defendants,” writes the judge. “Even though Defendants participated in the interview, Pulse fails to plead sufficient facts to show that Defendants either knew of the false caption and interviewer’s statement before the broadcast aired or otherwise participated in their creation. The only specific statements attributed to Defendant were not materially deceptive. These statements related only to the methods used to create the Michael Jackson Animation, descriptions of the Animation, and statements relating to the potential uses for the technology used to create the Animation.”

CNN removed the interview from its website, but David republished the segment on websites and through his Twitter account. The judge says Pulse’s false advertising claim fails as to the original broadcast, but raises the prospect of some liability through the reposting.

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#60  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 07 янв 2015, 12:38

Atty Denies Conflict, Exits Michael Jackson Hologram IP Row

Law360, New York (January 06, 2015, 7:13 PM ET) -- Alabama intellectual property attorney Larry Brantley told a Nevada federal court on Monday that billionaire Alkiviades David’s efforts to get him disqualified from a patent suit over a Michael Jackson hologram are “meritless,” but nonetheless withdrew from representing a defendant in the suit.

David’s Hologram USA, along with Musion Das Hologram Ltd., has accused the Jackson estate and others of patent infringement over the hologram performance, which took place at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 18. The plaintiffs asked the court in...


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