Ruben Moreno, the CEO of 360 Brandvision, was interviewed on the George Jarkesy Show, a Nationally Syndicated radio talk show which focuses on the junction of politics and business, discussing the strides hologram technology has taken recently.
Moreno’s company is on the forefront of developing hologram technology so advanced that it has reached a point where it is possible to present a convincing hologram of Tupac Shakur (who is most likely dead) dancing with Dr. Dre on the stage of the Coachella Music Festival.
Jarkesy gave Moreno a chance to explain today’s hologram technology:
“The technology has improved so much that image itself is crystal clear…the other thing is that technology has improved such that you can create content.”
Moreno further stated that when you,
“combine the two aspects you can get holography that is so lifelike you cannot tell the difference between whether it is real or not.”
Moreno revealed a few of 360 Brandvision’s clients, including, Google, You Tube, The PGA Tour, The NFL, and Hewlett Packard.
After the interview Jarkesy offered a prediction:
“This cutting edge technology will revolutionize the way the viewer interacts with media and will be a key advertising tool in the future.”