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3D holograms suggested as solution to save live performance industry

New 3D hologram technology could be the solution to a dearth of live music during the coronavirus pandemic, according to one artist. Singer-songwriter Dan Olsen launched the technology, created by Musion 3D, during a performance at a central London hotel in front of a socially-distanced audience of some 40 people. Olsen, who is from the Faroe Islands but has been living in London for the last six years, performed live from a studio in Mile End, east London, with his hologram projected into the room via the internet.

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