Holograms

THE FUTURE

Holograms Might Become a Part of Your Life Sooner Than You Think

Companies are developing augmented reality technology they hope will be used by everyone from football clubs to your GP.
Angus Harrison
2.9.18
Technology

I Watched a Hologram of Ray J Host a Terrible 'Freakshow'

Holographic Billie Holiday and Kato Kaelin were also there for some reason.
Megan Koester
1.17.18
Internet Exploring

ABBA Announce Hologram Tour, Are Still Alive, Will Probably Stream from Their Living Room

Because aren't they pretty much the 2Pac of disco?
Phil Witmer
10.26.16
Stuff

Why a Music Festival Let the World Believe a Harambe Hologram was Part of Its Lineup

A last second joke addition to a lineup exposed a ton about meme culture, clickbait, the state of journalism, how news is shared, and affection for a dead gorilla.
Brian McManus
9.17.16
Op-Eds

We Did Not Ask for a Biggie Hologram

Leave the dead to their rest.
Craig Jenkins
4.13.16
Interviews

We Spoke to the Creator of the Chief Keef Hologram That Was Banned from Performing in Illinois

By projecting his hologram from California to Chicago, Keef was performing without triggering local arrest warrants. Almost.
Joe Zadeh
7.27.15
Premieres

Monogold's First New Tune in Two Years: "Holograms"

Flat on your back or dancing like a loon are two optimal positions for listening to this swoony tune.
Kim Taylor Bennett
9.4.14
we saw this

We Watched Celine Dion Perform a Duet With a Hologram of Herself in Vegas

We went to Vegas and saw Celine straddle the line between sexy lounge singer and drunk aunt for a few hours.
7.17.14
we saw this

Why MIA and Janelle Monae's Hologram Collab Signals The Inevitable Future of Concerts

The two musicians appeared on the same stage last week, but they were performing on opposite ends of the country.
Abdullah Saeed
4.6.14
New music

Premiere: Listen to Holograms' Sophomore Album, 'Forever'

The Swedish punk band turn it up a notch on their sophomore album.
Noisey Staff
8.26.13
New music

The Swindie Blog: Meet Holograms!

We spoke to the guys behind Sweden's angry, proto-punk.
Drew Diver
10.22.12