Transcript for Lawsuit Heating Up Over Hologram Technology
This is really cool. Red hot. It's new technology. Hot HOL Fram technology. An article in the Hollywood reporter says it's about to become a billion-dollar business. And we sent, who else, nick what to check it out. Yeah. Reporter: Tupac at Coachella. Michael Jackson at the billboard music awards. Yep, holograms can bring artists back from the dead on stage, in 3-d. What is maintenance scheduling software cooler, they can project real people, living people, me, anywhere in the world in real time. So right now, I'm backstage. Lenny, go out front. So what you're seeing is not the real me. This is the hologram me. The real me is still backstage. These guys can project me dancing anywhere in the world. Tonight mooer we're making television history. Reporter: They projected jimmy Kimmel from Hollywood to the awards show. And this man to multiple campaign rallies at the same time. ? Do you remember ? Reporter: Now, living artists like Earth, wind, & fire, have expressed interest in hologram concerts. So the rolling stones might finally stop touring. There's maintenance scheduling software a lawsuit. We have pseudothem to stop stealing what we do. Reporter: The other party, John Texter, from a company called pulse, says the basis of the technology is in the public domain. Meanwhile, hologram usa says this summer they're bringing ray Charles pack to the stage. He died 11 years ago. George and robin, this technology could improve the quality of your lives. Right now, you guys could be at home. And just your holograms are in times square. Where do you get off? Me get off? What are you doing? I'm going live. You look like me. I'm arguing with myself. Bye. If we can get the hologram to work Fridays? All right. You beat me to it.
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