REPORT: 2020 hopeful wants to campaign via hologram
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Through the use of holograms, 2020 presidential contender Andrew Yang hopes he can be in two places at once while campaigning for the Democratic nomination.
Yang, 44, told TMZ that he was testing out the technology so that he could more easily campaign in the early battleground states of Iowa and New Hampshire. He demonstrated the use of the technology by dancing, holographically, with acclaimed rapper Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down in 1996.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Well, if you look closely at that footage, you’ll see it’s actually not me performing with hologram Tupac. That’s a hologram of me,” Yang explained. “I was doing a demo of what a hologram would consist of in order to send the hologram me to campaign in Iowa and other battleground states so I could be in two places or three places at once.”
Andrew Yang wants to use a 3D hologram on the campaign trial. To demonstrate what it would look like, hologram Yang performed a duet with hologram Tupac https://t.co/9Dj1HdkAWm
— Intelligencer (@intelligencer) April 12, 2019
The future is now I guess https://t.co/6JslE75gXO
— Nick Riccardi (@NickRiccardi) April 12, 2019
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