The ‘Mad Men’ star will become part of the virtual world to promote his new movie, ‘Marjorie Prime.’
The new 'Power Rangers' trailer delivers first looks at Zordon, Alpha 5, Goldar, and the zords. Oh, and it actually looks really fun.
Tina Fey has crashed Felicity Jones’s Saturday Night Live opening monolog with a hologram version of Princess Leia, according to News Australia. The comedian made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live to recreate the late Carrie Fisher‘s iconic character from Star Wars. Show More Summary
Ever since Tupac appeared at Coachella 2012 in hologram form, the idea of using technology to bring back the dearly departed has become something of an engrossing debate in entertainment circles. It’s most compelling in movie franchises,...Show More Summary
IDW's Jem and the Holograms Annual 2017 by Kelly Thompson, Gisele Lagace, M.J. Barros, M. Victoria Robado, Katarzyna Witerscheim & Savanna Ganucheau. The post Jem and the Holograms Annual 2017 appeared first on CBR.com.
Rogue One star Felicity Jones hosted Saturday Night Live’s first episode of 2017, and her monologue was basically one long Star Wars reference. But it’s all good, cause I’ll take Hologram Tina Fey any day. Read more...
During Felicity Jones' opening monologue on Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey stopped by as a Leia-inspired hologram to offer some advice.
British starlet Felicity Jones kicked off the new year by hosting Saturday Night Live. The Rogue One star didn't reference her Star Wars film as much as Adam Driver did when he hosted last year, but there was a hologram of Tina Fey during the monologue. And, no, Fey wasn't dressed as Princess Leia—it was just something she got at Eileen Fisher. [ more › ]
Rogue One's Felicity Jones made her SNL hosting debut this past weekend, kicking off the 2017 set of shows that are bound to continue agitating a certain President-elect. But even renegade women get nervous every now and then, so, to help combat those monologue jitters, a wise (and tastefully Eileen ... More »
Felicity Jones, the star of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and guest host of last night’s Saturday Night Live, got some monologue guidance from Tina Fey, done up like a white-scarfed Leia hologram. (“Are you a Star Wars princess?” Jones asked. Show More Summary
She gave host Felicity Jones some monologue advice... as a 'Star Wars' hologram.
Star Wars: Rogue One star Felicity Jones got a surprise visit from SNL alum Tina Fey on tonight’s episode of Saturday Night Live! The show returned from its winter hiatus tonight, marking Felicity‘s first time as host. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Felicity Jones During Felicity‘s monologue, Tina – as a hologram version [...]
It’s not a ghost, a hologram or a video game character. The actual BJ Penn is back, fighting in the main event of Sunday’s UFC Fight Night from Talking Stick Resort outside Phoenix. Penn, a 38-year-old from Hawaii whose UFC career dates to 2001 and who stands alongside Conor McGregor and retired...
Functional holograms, TV screens, personal speakers and a living room in your back seat. The future of driving may be more advanced than expected. Read more... More about Standalone Featured, Concept, Future, Future Tech, and Technology
Kino-Mo, a London-based LED technology company, created the future of retail display. Pretty soon ordering burgers off of spinning 3-D menus won’t be unrealistic. Read more... More about Real Time Video, Real Time, Marketing, Advertising, and Retail
First gesture control, now holograms!
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to end your week. 1. Microsoft's crazy hologram goggles are finally coming to stores. They're being made by manufacturers like HP and Dell. 2. Evernote has closed another office as it tries to centralise its operations. Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS — Holograms are one of those perennially disappointing technologies that companies trot out every few years with promises to change our lives or somehow live up to our Princess Leia aspirations. They never do and then the holographic...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS — Microsoft is still hard at work at HoloLens, its super-futuristic goggles that project 3D "holograms" into your field of vision. But while programmers have been able to pony up a steep $2,999 for an early, developer edition...Show More Summary
The Gap's augmented reality experience on the ASUS ZenFone AR shows that AR doesn't always mean sci-fi. When we think about augmented reality, we tend to get off the rails and picture something like holograms and Death Star missile turrets. Show More Summary