“With numerous threatened historic sites in the region, technologies like holograms, 3D printing, and virtual reality are increasingly becoming viable ways to preserve cultural landmarks.” – The Creators Project
3D holograms are becoming an integral facet of modern 21st century society. We find them in our concert halls, on the streets during political demonstrations, and now they’re resurrecting historical monuments that have been destroyed through decades of terrorism. The future of holograms will soon take up entire societies, merging the virtual world into our material reality. Augmented reality will consist of 3D holograms and virtual renderings of the digital sphere into the very fabric of our physical dimension. From there, how we define what is real and what is not will become irrelevant.
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