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https://www.optoma.co.uk/casestudy/664-optoma-impresses-audiences-with-a-holographic-circus-experience

from what I’ve seen online, it’s pretty impressive, so I can imagine how amazing it’ll look when you see it in person

I love seeing animals, but I’m glad there’s a new way to enjoy them without having living beings in incarceration

perhaps something for the zoos to consider?

hspexy
12 days ago
What do you think of this?
Lynibis
Lynibis12 days ago

I am not an animal lover, never have been, never will be but I cannot stand zoos, they are not necessary in the 21st century. I think in another 50/100 years our descendants will think how barbaric we were to keep wild animals in cages.

Don't get me wrong, I love all the pets in my family I just don't want the responsibility of owning one myself.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana12 days ago

It looks interesting but I'm not convinced it would be worth going to. I would of thought a VR experience would be better. I feel as VR improves it will become the dominant entertainment system. It's right at the beginning currently but VR will get to the point where its incredibly convenient just to put on some light weight glasses which feature full sound and track the movements of your head.

Also I feel we need to think about doing more stuff locally without travelling and using fuel. A VR experience in the home is eco friendly and it will get to the point where you will really feel you are with your relatives in australia via VR etc. No risk of transmitting viruses either.

You wonder if full VR holidays will be available in the future where your existing surroundings are shaped to resemble a foreign country or hotel and you can walk up the road where ever you live and you will see the pyramids etc using augmented reality. Lots of this technology is already here it just needs improving. Perhaps it will come with a delivery of frozen food that are recipes from that country.

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hspexy
hspexy
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12 days ago

We have a VR experience centre nearby, which opened last year, and I’ve never seen it busy. I guess until it gets cheaper, there won’t be much of an uptake

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana11 days ago

hspexy I love VR and have a Playstation VR headset and a all in one android based VR headset I don't use them that much as they are bulky and low res and the experience isn't quite there yet but I honestly believe lighter units with much more responsive displays and tracking will be the way we get our entertainment in the future but there could be 10-30 years of development before we get to that point. Also a lot of it will be more augmented reality where the glasses superimpose onto the real world so you can still move about freely but have a virtual friend or pet or make the world more interesting.

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ptenn00
ptenn0011 days ago

This looks cool. I didn't think the circuses were allowed animals anymore, so this is a new way to entertain without the animals

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