Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang wants to use 3D holograms to hold multiple campaign rallies simultaneously. “We are exploring rolling a truck out that would enable someone to see a hologram of me that is three-dimensional give my stump speech. When you see the hologram, the whole thing is very fun and invigorating. Certainly, when I saw the technology in action, I enjoyed it a great deal, so for folks in Iowa and other places, I think it will just be a fun way to experience it. It might be even more fun than seeing me in person,” said Yang. Read more for the video and additional information.
Me trying out being a hologram with hologram Tupac 👍 pic.twitter.com/IclQvAa27z
— Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) April 11, 2019
“Yang would set up in a studio and remotely beam into the rally to answer questions live and in real-time after the speech finished. The technique could save Yang, a longshot for the Democratic nomination at this point, a considerable amount of travel costs while helping to rally supporters and generate interest in key areas,” reports Engadget.