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Topic # 26330 18-Sep-2008 14:29
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Anybody go to this?  I was sitting about 20 rows back from the stage and from my vantage point the various holograms, (CEO of Telstra, some rap artist and Rowe) looked pretty real. I was particularly impressed with the live feed of Rowe interacting with the local MC.  Not sure it proved anything technology wise except TelstraClear can put on a good show and they have bandwidth galore it seems from here to Oz.




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  Reply # 165372 18-Sep-2008 15:46
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Andbody know what the bandwidth requirements are for a hologram like the one used?

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No idea - I would be interested to know more details also. Bandwidth, display resolution, projection technology used etc.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 165405 18-Sep-2008 16:27
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sbiddle: Andbody know what the bandwidth requirements are for a hologram like the one used?


They didn't say. For the two recorded holograms it might not even be an issue since the recordings could have been local. But for Rowe, well that was live and very smooth so at least enough bandwidth to do full HD and some I guess. Latency didn't appear to be an issue either.

TCL really getting into the marketing big time.




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  Reply # 166165 22-Sep-2008 09:21
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The bandwidth required for this was 4mbps utilising the Telstra clear trans tasmin link

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